Avoid These Common Summer Parenting Time Issues

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School will soon dismiss for the summer (if it hasn’t already) and your kids will joyously rush home for three months of freedom. Long days of warm weather and memorable summer road trips are hopefully in their near future. All of us can likely look back on the summers of

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Celebrating Mother’s Day As A Divorced Dad

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Mother’s Day is quickly approaching and as a divorced dad this holiday can feel a little awkward. Your marriage with your ex-wife obviously did not work out, but you should keep in mind that she is still the mother of your children and that deserves recognition on this holiday.

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New Year’s Resolutions For Divorced Dads

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With only a few days remaining in 2016, many people are taking time to reflect on the last year and are starting to look ahead to what 2017 might bring. You might be in the process of coming up with goals and resolutions to try to keep over the next 365

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Holiday Greetings From DadsDivorce

To our readers, The holidays are not always a happy time for many of you. As so many of your friends and family are celebrating the season with joy and laughter, you might be going through the holidays for the first time as a single dad. 

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Ideas For 5 New Holiday Traditions After Divorce

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Over the coming weeks, DadsDivorce will be sharing a lot of articles and resources to help divorced fathers make it through the holiday season. There are many issues for divorced parents to consider as the holidays approach. Of course, your top priority should be helping your kids through this typically

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5 Tips To Help You Through The Holidays As A Divorced Dad

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November and December can be difficult months for divorced dads, especially if it is you first holiday season since your marriage ended. Even if you were lucky enough to divorce amicably, there are still some important considerations regarding who gets the kids and when, which can complicate the holidays. Here

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Researchers Discover Divorce Spikes After Vacation Season

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It is commonly believed that January is “divorce month,” but a new study indicates March and August are the months that receive the most divorce filings. University of Washington sociology professor Julie Brines and doctoral candidate Brian Serafini recently analyzed the last 15 years of divorce filings in Washington and

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