Divorce

If you've decided that it's time to part ways with your spouse, there are many things to consider: Your kids, your finances, the division of material possessions, and more. We've tapped the pros for helpful advice to cope with separation or divorce.

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The Tough Math of Co-Parenting: What to Know About Taxes, Medical Expenses, and More
Navigating the shared expenses of raising a child when you're no longer romantically involved can be difficult at best. Here's a guide to help you sort through some of the options.
Wayne Brady Calls Himself 'Duncle' and Is Ready to Co-Parent Ex-wife's New Baby
Though he has been divorced from his ex-wife for 13 years, Wayne Brady is a proud "duncle" to her adopted son, Sunny.
I'm a Mom and Divorce Coach: Here's What I Wish All Parents Knew About the Process
A certified divorce specialist shares five things she wants all parents to know about ending a relationship, co-parenting, and moving on.
The Term 'Disneyland Parent' is Trending, and We All Know a Mom or Dad Who is Guilty of This
A Disneyland parent—aka a non-custodial parent who indulges their kid with gifts—can be difficult to deal with and may also have negative effects on your child. Here's how to handle this co-parenting issue like a pro.  
Kids Surprise Stepfather With Sweet Dad-Posal Just In Time for Father's Day
One man has always loved his stepkids as if they were his own. But now, the family is making things official in the sweetest way possible.
I'm a Mom and a Divorce Lawyer: Here's What I Wish All Parents Knew
Going through a divorce is seldom easy. But it can become even more difficult when one partner is in the dark about important information. As a divorce lawyer, here are six things I wish all my clients knew right off the bat.
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5 Things Parents Should Do After Separating From a Partner
Transitioning from married to single life can be hard and so is knowing what to do next. Here are ways parents can work through the fear of going through the divorce process.
My Marriage Ended During the Pandemic. Mom Friends and Self-Care Are Giving Me Strength
My husband of 12 years asked for a divorce during the pandemic. On top of everything I was already dealing with, I now needed to make sure my kids were OK with new life changes. But I found strength through my mom friends and finally focusing on self-care. 
How to Co-Parent in Harmony During COVID-19, From an Ex-Couple Who Had a 'Happy Divorce'

The coronavirus pandemic is bringing some new rules to co-parenting. As co-parents to a 16-year-old, here are our tips for navigating this new normal.