Most parents do not imagine themselves in a nasty divorce proceeding. However, almost 50 percent of couples will separate, and most of those couples have children. In the worst case, there is a possibility that one parent will try to isolate you from your children throughout the court process.
Most people go through rough patches in their careers or their relationships. Sometimes, those patches happen at the same time. It makes us wonder, “how is my career affecting my marriage?”
What about the holiday season makes couples go from kissing under the mistletoe to dropping a piece of coal in their significant other’s stocking? Apparently, most married couples aren’t as cheery as they seem during the holidays, rather putting on a brave face until the new year.
Everyone wants a happy holiday, especially if you are a parent because a happy holiday for you means your children are having a great time too. However, the Christmas season is incredibly challenging for most single parents.
Ending a marriage is often times a difficult process, and you may have heard that it might be less stressful with a more collaborative approach. A collaborative divorce is an approach to ending your relationship that eliminates the need for going to court, and having a judge decide your family's issues.