College Planning During Divorce and “Finding” Money


March 1st, 2023 . Brian James

Many of the parents we work with have no structured college savings plans set up for their children. After a divorce, the chances of setting up a 529 plan is even less likely because when people divorce, there are so many complex issues to discuss an...

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When the Kids are With the Ex and You’re Home Alone


February 23rd, 2023 . Jackie Pilossoph

If someone asked me what the hardest part of divorce is I'd say it's right after the ex moves out and the children are with him and you're sitting there home alone, by yourself, wondering how the heck you got to this point. I would go to bed and wake...

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Inappropriate Co-parenting: Examples and How to Cope


February 21st, 2023 . Rita Morris

We all have different values, fundamentals, and standards. That’s why there is no one single definition of inappropriate co-parenting. Inappropriate co-parenting means different things to different people. If you wish to co-parent the best way you ...

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Confronting A Cheater: 4 Different Reactions You Could Get


February 20th, 2023 . Jackie Pilossoph

 Can you imagine how difficult it would be confronting a cheater? “Um, honey…(in that walking on eggshell tone), can I talk to you?” I've done it and let me tell you, it's brutal. It makes me angry to think that the person confronting the chea...

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Coping with Divorce: The Times You Feel Like You Just Got Punched


February 18th, 2023 . Jackie Pilossoph

Have you ever done a kickboxing class? I’d highly recommend it as a tool for coping with divorce. When I was getting divorced several years ago, punching air or punching a bag really did it for me. It helped me get out all my anger, frustration, an...

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