Top 10 DadsDivorce Articles Of 2016

New Year

In 2016, DadsDivorce posted hundreds of articles and videos filled with tips and pointers to help you navigate life as a divorced father. Year-round, dads can visit the site and find new and interesting content. We’ve shared numerous articles from divorce attorneys explaining the intricacies of family law. We’ve visited

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DadsDivorce Live: Helping Children Through Divorce

January marks the 10th anniversary of International Child-Centered Divorce Month. Each year, divorce professionals from all over the world join together to offer divorcing parents a host of free resources designed to help their children transition through divorce. 

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New Year’s Resolutions For Divorced Dads

New Year

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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4 Tips To Keep Your Kids Healthy This Winter

snow day

As December rolls along, the temperature in most parts of the country will continue to drop. Not only does winter signal plunging temps, but also shorter days and the start of cold and flu season. It’s very challenging this time of year for parents to keep their kids active and

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Ideas For 5 New Holiday Traditions After Divorce

holiday traditions after divorce

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

holiday parenting time

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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