DadsDivorce Live: Helping Kids Through The Holidays

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Although divorced fathers are likely dealing with their own array of emotions during the holiday season, it is still important to consider your children’s best interest before everything else. Despite possible feelings of loneliness, it is important for you to keep a positive outlook at this time of year because your


6 Ways To Build New Holiday Traditions After Divorce

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With Thanksgiving rapidly approaching and Christmas on the horizon, this is often an incredibly challenging time for recently divorced fathers. Here at DadsDivorce, we’re devoting a lot of content to this subject and offering tips and advice on how to survive this time of year. We’ve already tackled how to


Halloween Safety Tips For Divorced Dads

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Halloween can be a tricky holiday for divorced families because most divorce decrees do not address it as a holiday subject to a different parenting time schedule like more traditional holidays such as Thanksgiving and Christmas. Therefore, it is incumbent on you and your ex to map out a clear


Happy Father’s Day From Cordell & Cordell

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This Sunday, families across the country will celebrate the sacrifices dads make for the good of their children. At, we try to recognize that commitment every day. In recent months we’ve written about the evolving role dads are playing in raising children, about how fathers are finally starting to


Frequently Asked Questions About Summer Parenting Time

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School is almost out and summer vacation is just around the corner. While this is an exciting time for you and your children, divorced parents should know a few things about summer parenting time. Many parents don’t realize that regular and holiday visitation is different from summer parenting time. Before


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