CO-PARENTING

Considering the Well-Being of Your Children During Your Divorce

Considering the Well-Being of Your Children During Your Divorce

January is International Child-Centered Divorce Awareness Month. This annual recognition aims to raise awareness of the impact divorce can cause on children and how to prevent unnecessary emotional and psychological trauma. Each year, the awareness month becomes more popular – it’s now in its 14th year and is signified around the world.

 

The Five Cs of Co-Parenting During the Holidays

The Five Cs of Co-Parenting During the Holidays

This holiday season, we’re all dealing with more than we anticipated. It’s been a difficult year for many reasons and many families are experiencing stress and tension. That’s why I’m working to spread awareness about healthy co-parenting techniques for families of divorce.

Children’s Mental Health During a Parent’s Divorce

Children’s Mental Health During a Parent’s Divorce

Throughout my career as a licensed mediator and attorney, I’ve worked with many families as they navigate the divorce journey. I know the impact divorce can have on a child, especially when it comes to mental health. I’m also a mother who experienced divorcing with children. I know firsthand how it can affect them. That’s one of the many reasons why I advocate for out-of-court divorce options like mediation and collaborative law.

Co-parenting Suggestions for this COVID-19 Halloween

Co-parenting Suggestions for this COVID-19 Halloween

Halloween is typically a favorite holiday for my family, although this year is expected to look much different thanks to COVID-19.  As our children have grown up, October was always a month that we all looked forward to for festive fun. 

Co-parenting Tips for the COVID-19 Holiday Season

Co-parenting Tips for the COVID-19 Holiday Season

It’s hard to believe we’re approaching the fall and winter holiday season. It’s even harder to believe that we are still dealing with the implications of COVID-19 as we prepare to celebrate the holidays. For many families, the concepts of social distancing and smaller gatherings will have an impact on how they attend and/or host Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas, New Year’s Eve, and New Year’s Day. For families of divorce, this time of year often presents challenges.

Co-Parenting during the COVID-19 Back to School Season

Co-Parenting during the COVID-19 Back to School Season

It’s back to school season in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg region and this year brings a school year unlike any other due to the COVID-19 pandemic. There are so many changes for students from modified learning schedules and different educational structures to altered extracurricular activities and cancelled athletics. Every family is going to experience something new this year and it’s going to be hard. This is especially true for blended families and those with shared parenting agreements.

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Charlotte, NC 28204

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