Category Archives: Co-Parenting

Valentine’s Day Should Be About the Candy, Anyway.

by: Julia Rodgers It’s no secret that Valentine’s Day has morphed into somewhat of an over-the-top, consumerist-focused holiday. While it’s becoming the norm to roll one’s eyes at the chocolates, roses, and stuffed animals that fill up the store aisles, this time of year can be especially tough on some. Much like the late December…
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Ways to Remain Civil with Your Ex During and After a Divorce

The reasons for couples getting married and divorced in Massachusetts can vary greatly due unique and different circumstances.  Oftentimes the impact of a divorce can leave irreparable scars and emotional wounds that require time to heal, for both parties. During this process, there are several reasons why you may want (or have) to continue to…
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A Few Tips: Telling Your Kids About the Divorce

by: Julia Rodgers How do you break the news to your children after deciding to divorce? And when? Despite how difficult this conversation will be, talking to your children may be one of the most healing parts of the adjustment period. Divorce is uncharted territory for most of us, so naturally, parents are often unsure…
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Is Staying Together Best for the Kids?

by: Julia Rodgers Many divorcing parents in Massachusetts believe that an intact two-parent household is almost always better than having a “broken” home. However, if you are contemplating a divorce and you have children, you must consider the lasting effect that your marital problems will have on how your children view relationships.[1] Sometimes the pain and…
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