Georgia Divorce

Tips for Divorced Parents Jointly Planning Children’s Summer Activities

The 2022 school year is ending, and parents are busy finalizing activities for their children like sports camps, art classes, and summer vacations. For newly divorced parents the job of a social director becomes a little trickier mainly because of the logistics that come from having two separate households. When a couple is still together …

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How to Keep Both Divorced Parents Involved in Their Children’s Upbringing

Once a married couple with children files for divorce, both parents should prepare for the parenting decisions dynamic to change. Why? Because post-divorce one of the parents will not be in the room when education and medical decisions get discussed and made. I don’t mean day-to-day decisions like which kids have done their homework and …

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The Holidays Can Still Be Joyous After a Divorce

The holiday season is coming up, and people are slowly getting back to normal activities, including families gathering for feasts and festivities. For some families this will be the first holiday season after a divorce or separation. When children are involved the logistics of having Thanksgiving dinner at mom’s and then a second meal at …

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How to Tell Your Kids You Are Getting a Divorce

The holiday season is upon us, and there are lots of opportunities to create joyous moments with family and friends, even with limited gathering guidelines and restricted travel rules in place. However, not everyone is full of tidings of comfort and joy, especially spouses who have really tried to hold their marriage together “for the …

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