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Even absent of safety concerns, divorce is one of the most stressful times in a person’s life. When dealing with a potentially violent spouse or ex-spouse, the stress is exponentially greater. Knowing how to protect yourself during divorce and your children from physical or psychological abuse is of ...
In many marriages, financial matters are the responsibility of one of the two spouses. When a separation occurs, the spouse not active with the finances during the marriage is often overwhelmed when it comes to dealing with their financial situation on their own. Financial counseling can help limit ...
When the court considers the best interests of the children in an Allocation of Parental Responsibilities case, and the children involved are infants or toddlers, many courts will designate one parent as the primary caregiver based on the “Attachment Theory”. The basic premise of the Attachment ...
Can you handle your own divorce proceedings with no attorney involvement? In many cases, you certainly can. In fact, if there are no minor children of the marriage and you own very limited assets, most attorneys would probably agree that this might be the best solution, especially if it is an ...
There are several issues raised by the actual separation of the parties in a divorce setting and some thought should go into the decision of whether, and when, to move out of the marital home during a divorce. For those people asking Should I move out before divorce? , please consider these options ...
Beyond just the complications that come with co-parenting with your ex-spouse, a specific problem blended families have is the relationship between a parent and his or her ex-spouse’s new spouse or significant other, which for simplicity, this article will refer to as the “new spouse.” In ...
An important issue for courts in a divorce or custody matter is child support, or the cost of raising the children until they are each nineteen, or otherwise emancipated. In Colorado, child support is considered a right of the child; therefore, the courts generally will not recognize an agreement ...
The financial and tax issues couples face during and after divorce are often complex. Financial counseling is often necessary. It is common for one spouse to have more knowledge in these areas than the other. Often divorce attorneys, with the assistance of financial and accounting professionals, ...
Divorce is very difficult for parents. It is even worse for children, and avoiding parental alienation is always the parents’ responsibility. Most adults have the experience to realize that even when they make mistakes, they will likely be able to recover and move on. Most divorcing adults also ...
About Creative Counseling Center Are your kids experiencing anxiety, a sense of overwhelming sadness or loneliness? If so, contact us by email of phone, we are here to help! We provide counseling services to children ages 2 and up, and also for teens, and adults. We specialize in childhood trauma ...