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Loan Interest and Divorce Mediation

When people are trying to figure out if 1 person can afford to remain in a home, it is important to understand how the mortgage interest will affect income taxes. Continue reading

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Raise.me

Financing college education is challenging for just about everyone.  However, children whose parents are separated or divorced face additional obstacles.  Filling out the Federal Student Aid Application, applying for scholarships, and obtaining loans each require coordination, detailed financial information, and … Continue reading

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Holiday Planning

Holiday planning can be particularly challenging for separated or divorced parents. Work schedules, travel arrangements, the needs of the other parent, and religious observances can complicate arrangements. Divorce mediation includes holiday planning. To begin, parents need to decide which holidays … Continue reading

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Free Range Kids

On Sunday, January 25, 2015, on page 7 of the Baltimore Sun Life and Travel Section, Laura Barnhardt Cech asked the following questions: “Is it OK for a 12-year-old to wander the Inner Harbor? Can an 8-year-old play alone in … Continue reading

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“The ‘Good’ Divorce”

Read this terrific blog by Christine Carter, Ph.D.in the Huffington Post 4/3/12. Dr. Carter’s ideas may help you prepare for divorce mediation. Posted: 04/03/2012 3:11 pm EDT Updated: 06/03/2012 5:12 am EDT Is there such thing as a “good” divorce? … Continue reading

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Prepare for Summer

  It may be hard to imagine while we are still enduring frigid temperatures, but in a few short months schools will close, and summer will begin.  For divorced or separated parents, the end of winter is a great time … Continue reading

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Co-parenting New Year’s Resolutions

“…great co-parenting can blossom after you tear your marriage apart. Sometimes it’s the marriage that suffocates the great parenting partnership–once freed from marital ties that bind, you can be the parenting team you’d always hoped you’d be as spouses.” Pamela … Continue reading

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