1. BE HEALTHY. Comply with all CDC and local and state guidelines and model good behavior for your children with intensive hand washing, wiping down surfaces and other objects that are frequently touched, and maintaining social distancing. This also means BE INFORMED. Stay in touch with the most reliable media sources and avoid the rumor mill on social media. 2. BE MINDFUL. …
COVID 19 and Custody Orders
In this uncertain time, rather than relying on rumor, you may want to take a look at Saint Louis County Department of Public Health order that will go in place in St. Louis County on Monday, for a 30-day period. Click here to view the order Some people have wondered whether this means they should not comply with court orders …
Divorce – Taking the High Road:
In a time when you may be feeling the powerful negative emotions of jealousy, hurt, anger, fear and financial insecurity “taking the high road” in your divorce process and putting your own best foot forward can be challenging. Here are a few thoughts to keep in mind as you are trying to do your best in this time of …
Sesame Street and Dealing with Divorce
Did you know our friends at Sesame Street have online resources and activities to help kids deal with divorce?
Unlike divorce litigation, a non-adversarial divorce requires the commitment of both of you to work towards an agreement outside of the courtroom.
Talking to Kids About Divorce
Do you and your soon to be ex-spouse know how to talk to you kids about a pending divorce?
Co-Parenting During the Holidays
Holidays, for children of divorce, are just plain hard. The holiday season can remind them that their family is divided, and they may feel they are being pulled in every direction. Consider these holiday co-parenting tips from Kids in the Middle to make the season bright for your kids: Co-Parenting Tips for the Holidays Have questions or need more help? …
Back to School Expenses
Having trouble managing your children’s expenses as school starts back up?
Back to School Transitions
Back to school season can be rough for divorced or separated parents. Kids in the Middle offers some tips for transitioning smoothly…
On New Years’ Eve this year, in the spirit of ringing out the old and preparing for the new, I decided to clean out my home storage closet, before stashing the Christmas decorations for another year. The last time this project had taken place was never. I dug through boxes of old holiday decorations, Easter baskets, children’s toys, doll house …
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