Children and Divorce: Ever Hear of the Children’s Bill of Rights?


January 10th, 2014 . Jackie Pilossoph

When it comes to children and divorce, did you know that there's a Children's Bill of Rights? It was established in 1998 by the American Association of Matrimonial Lawyers. My interpretation is that is was written to help kids in really bad divorce c...

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Custody Battle Where Everyone Lost


December 23rd, 2013 . Jackie Pilossoph

This news story made me absolutely sick. It’s a custody battle that turned deadly. From the New York Daily News, today:   Dad throws 3-year-old son, then himself, to their deaths from roof of Manhattan high-rise   A distra...

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Co-parenting: Two Houses Means Bringing Kids’ Stuff Back and Forth


December 21st, 2013 . Jackie Pilossoph

Try to imagine what it would be like as a kid, having all your things, your “stuff” (your clothing, books, paperwork, jewelry, accessories, mementos, body products, athletic equipment, etc.) at two houses, and constantly having to remember to bri...

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9 Characters who Played Single Moms and the Gifts they Gave Us


July 13th, 2013 . Jackie Pilossoph

Growing up watching One Day at a Time, the concept of single moms was so foreign to me. I was a in grade school, and never dreamed I’d end up in Anne Romano’s shoes. No, I didn't date my divorce attorney, and no, I don’t have a building superin...

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Guest Post: Award Winning Author and Blogger, Lisa Barr talks about the Single Mom


March 9th, 2013 . Jackie Pilossoph

I met Lisa Barr about a year ago, and we instantly connected. We are both writers, authors, journalists and bloggers. But it's more than that. Both Lisa and I are divorced, and both of us know what it's like to be single moms. Lisa wrote this blog...

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