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Getting through Valentine's Day after your marriage ends

You're coming up on the first Valentine's Day since you and your spouse split up -- or maybe the first one since your divorce became final. Sure, you can say that it's just a made-up holiday designed to benefit florists, candy makers, greeting card companies, jewelers and expensive restaurants.

What should both parents have in their homes for their kids?

If you and your spouse are separating or divorcing and sharing custody of your children, it's essential to make their transitions between homes as easy and stress-free as possible. Whether you're splitting custody 50-50 or one of you will be a "weekends and holidays" parent, children should feel they belong in both parents' homes.

Successfully maneuvering parent-teacher conferences

Now that the new school year has begun, it won't be long before parent-teacher conferences roll around. If this is the first school year since your separation or divorce, you may be dreading the idea of sitting in a classroom with your ex or soon-to-be-ex discussing your child with their teacher.

Are you and your child victims of parenting time interference?

A detailed, well-crafted parenting plan can help co-parenting go smoothly after divorce. Both parents and the kids know what the parenting time schedule is so that parents can arrange their lives accordingly, and kids have a sense of routine that's crucial when they're dividing their time between homes.

How do you co-parent with a person you hardly know?

You had a fling during a business trip to Chicago and then you each returned to your lives, planning never to see one another again. Maybe you had a one-night stand, thanks to Tinder or possibly too many tequila shots, with someone you barely remember except that they left their number in your phone. Now there's a baby, and both of you want to be involved. How do you make that work?

Helping your kids as they move between homes

If you and your co-parent are sharing custody of your children, it's essential to understand the importance of making their transitions between your homes as smooth and easy as possible. Until kids get used to spending their time in two different homes, moving back and forth can produce a good deal of anxiety. There are a number of things that parents can do to help ease this anxiety.

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