Stress, Fear and Frustration of Parenting Time During COVID-19

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March 31st, 2020 . Jackie Pilossoph

When you're getting divorced or divorced, parenting time is something that is usually court ordered or agreed upon in mediation. In other words, the schedule that you and your ex set up is usually bound by law. But does that apply to parenting time d...

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Tips On Getting Through The Quarantine As a Single Parent

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March 29th, 2020 . Stephanie Tang

This article aims to provide some tips on getting through the quarantine as a single parent; juggling children’s needs while complying with the CDC and local government guidelines. As cases of COVID-19 continue to increase daily, parents are con...

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College, Financial Aid, and Divorced Parents

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February 20th, 2020 . Erin Gallivan

For most parents, the unknowns of college applications, choosing a school and financial aid are stressful. But college, financial aid and divorced parents make things even more complicated. When my son was in his junior year of high school, we sta...

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9 Facts About The Suburban Single Mom

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February 17th, 2020 . Jackie Pilossoph

Living life as a suburban single mom is kind of complicated. Why? Because although divorce is pretty common nowadays, being a single parent in a family oriented suburban community is still far from the norm. Not that the single mom and her kids don't...

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Holiday And Christmas Card Etiquette After Divorce

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December 6th, 2019 . Jackie Pilossoph

The holiday season is such a fun time to go to your mailbox. Why? Because in addition to bills and junk mail, you probably get some beautiful holiday and Christmas cards from family and friends! You get to see everyone's kids, how much they've grown,...

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