Monthly Archives: June 2008

Child support during summer vacations

Child support usually must be paid by the noncustodial parent when the child is with the noncustodial parent for summer vacations or long holiday breaks. Courts reason that many major expenses for the benefit of the child–such as rent, mortgage, utilities, clothes, and insurance–have to be paid whether the child is with the custodial parent […]

The top ten things you can do to save your credit during divorce

By Brent Tucker http://www.MyCredEd.com Unfortunately, divorce happens. When I went through my divorce, tensions ran high, and I was less concerned about the credit aspects of my life than I was my kids, and where to live, and what would happen to me. I felt alone, unloved, and unworthy of being concerned with myself. I […]

Divorce educator and life coach interviewed on KVOR AM 740 talk radio

Lynne Rosiak, Rebuilding When Your Relationship Ends seminar facilitator and life coach was   interviewed by Kyle Troxel for his radio show, In the Loop. Troxel is the news director of KVOR AM 740 talk radio in Colorado Springs, CO.  The interview aired on the following stations on June 22: AM 740 KVOR AM 1400 Sports […]

A new look at kids’ divorce trauma

Study finds impact on behavior isn’t as bad as thought By Bonnie Miller Rubin      For years, social scientists have believed that children of divorce have more behavior problems than kids growing up in two-parent homes. But the impact may not be as damaging as previously believed, according to new research to be released […]

Kids and divorce

For many people, their parents’ divorce marks a turning point in their lives, whether the divorce happened many years ago or is taking place right now. About half the marriages in the United States today end in divorce, so children of divorce are certainly not alone. But when it happens to you, you can feel very […]

Divorce & Money

  Here’s a review from Amazon on a book discussing an important topic–money and divorce.  Anger and hurt tend to figure strongly in divorce, hand-in-hand with resentment, sadness, and fear about your future. And more often than not, these emotional woes all coalesce under the banner of money. Nolo Press is known for its thorough research […]

Divorce and health insurance

  By Insure.com   Dealing with your health insurer is probably not at the top of your “to do” list if you’re getting a divorce. Even so, there’s important information you should supply to your insurer if you’re going through a divorce, especially if there are issues about the custody of children. Divorce under a […]

How to limit divorce’s financial sting

  Emotions and finances don’t mix, especially in divorce. Here’s how to stay in the black though you may be seeing red.  By Terry Savage When a marriage fails, the biggest issues in a divorce usually come down to a question of money. A Savage Truth: The only people who profit from a divorce are […]

Stages of a divorced father’s life

 From the Divorced Dad’s Survival Guide Stage 1: Ambivalence Over the Divorce The immediate changes in your life may lead you to ask whether you have done the right thing. Going to sleep and waking up without the children in the house and no contact with them for weeks at a time can cause deep […]

Life after divorce

By Dr. Phil McGraw Divorce is a major life change that can leave a person reeling. Suddenly being on your own to deal with issues such as money, children, career changes and downsizing the family home can seem overwhelming. Dr. Phil and Libby Gill, author of the book Traveling Hopefully: How to Lose Your Family […]