Why January Is ‘Divorce Month’

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In many legal circles, January is known as “Divorce Month” as the New Year traditionally brings a surge in the number of divorces filed. This trend is nothing new. Recent research even suggests the pattern dates back to Medieval times. Frederki Pedersen, a senior lecturer in history at the University


Merry Christmas From DadsDivorce


To our readers, So many times you hear someone wish you a merry Christmas in passing this time of year. Undoubtedly for many of you, that’s difficult to do. Maybe you’re in the middle of the divorce process, uncertain and scared about what the future holds. Or maybe this is


DadsDivorce Live: Holiday Parenting Tips


There are many common problems divorced parents run into during the holiday season. Cordell & Cordell attorney Kimberly McCabe recently joined DadsDivorce Live to review some of the most persistent problems that plague parents this time of year and offered a few pointers on how to still make the holiday


Parenting Time On Snow Days


There are very few things as thrilling for your child as a snow day. But that unexpected day off from school can cause confusion for divorced parents as they try to figure out how to handle parenting time and child custody exchanges. On most school days, child custody exchanges occur


How To Cope With Divorce During The Holidays

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For most people, the holidays are one of the happiest times of the year. But for families going through a divorce, this season can bring stress and anxiety instead of joy. But by taking a few steps and precautions, you can survive the holidays and help make them an enjoyable


How to Plan Out Mother’s Day as a Divorced Dad

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By Katie Davis Mother’s Day is just around the corner, but many divorced men wonder what to do or plan during this time of the year. Some may have originally been entitled to the kids this upcoming weekend, while others could just be debating about the best way to approach


Tips for Enjoying Easter Weekend with the Kids

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By Katie Davis Spring has arrived, and you may be one of the dads that gets to have his kids this holiday weekend. Some families will be celebrating Easter, and others will just be spending quality time together. Whatever your current plans are this weekend, it’s important to make sure


DadsDivorce Live: Telling The Kids About Divorce

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Rosalind Sedacca, the founder of the Child-Centered Divorce Network and the author of the book, “How Do I Tell The Kids About The Divorce,” talked with DadsDivorce.com editor Matt Allen about dangerous mistakes that parents can make when going through a troubling divorce and the importance of exhibiting model behavior