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301, 2018

Cohabitation Agreements

By |January 3rd, 2018|Categories: Before the Marriage|Comments Off on Cohabitation Agreements

More and more people are choosing to cohabitate either prior to marriage or in lieu of marriage. This can lead to a number of property issues should the couple choose to separate. While cohabitation does not expose you to some of the liabilities of marriage, it does not provide any [...]

2808, 2017

Social Media and Divorce

By |August 28th, 2017|Categories: Divorce and Separation|Tags: , |Comments Off on Social Media and Divorce

Nowadays, it is routine to hop on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to record your thoughts, views, or even just a description of what you had for dinner. We carefully cultivate our social media personas to reflect the best version of ourselves. And then, secretly, we compare our reality against lives [...]

2808, 2017

Family Reading List: Talking About Divorce with Your Children

By |August 28th, 2017|Categories: Uncategorized|Comments Off on Family Reading List: Talking About Divorce with Your Children

When family separation occurs, it’s hard to find the words to say to kids, especially if they aren’t asking questions yet. Reading books about divorce together can start those conversations, help them open-up and talk about their feelings and concerns, as well as reassure them that what they are experiencing [...]

2707, 2017


By |July 27th, 2017|Categories: Communication|Comments Off on Communication

Communication.  Cue eye roll and groan!  Communication seems to be the number one suspect in most challenging relationships.  Yet we rarely put serious effort toward expressing ourselves in a language that can be understood by those inside our own tribe - truly analyzing and understanding what effects our communication has [...]

2707, 2017

Back to School

By |July 27th, 2017|Categories: Family Tips|Comments Off on Back to School

“You’re off to great places, today is your day, your mountain is waiting, so get on your way!”  Dr. Seuss Back to School!  It is that time of year again - teachers are decorating their classrooms, parents are shopping for school supplies, and students are enjoying the last few days [...]

811, 2015

Recommended Books for Family Conflict

By |November 8th, 2015|Categories: Resources|0 Comments

  There are many resources available to help families deal with conflict. Regardless of your situation, you aren't alone. Many people have had similar experiences and there are some great books out there to help you deal with any type of conflict, issue or personality. Here are a few that we [...]