Divorce Coach Confessions: Should I Stay or Should I Go?

Written by Cherie Morris, JD, Parent Coordinator and Divorce Coach


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Filing an Online Divorce: The 4 Most Common Questions

Arriving at the decision to initiate a divorce can take some time.  As you consider your options, we want you to know what’s ahead of you.


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Three Simple Ingredients to Make a Great Dinner for Your Kids

I am @divorcedadoescooking with three simple ingredients coparenting dads can grab from almost any supermarket to make a great home cooked meal for you and your kids


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How to Evaluate and Choose a Divorce Mediator

If you’ve decided that mediation is how you’d like to get your divorce resolved, the next step is selecting the mediator.  Here are some tips on things to think about in making that selection:


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New York Domestic Relations Law and Advisory Schedules

Written for it’s over easy by New York Attorney Alyssa Rower, Esq.

Ms. Rower illuminates for our it’s over easy readers the ways in which New York Matrimonial Courts might determine temporary spousal maintenance and post judgement spousal maintenance.

Two of the most urgent questions facing the parties to a divorce concern support (aka “alimony” or “maintenance”):

  1. “I haven’t worked in 15 years; how am I going to make it on my own?”
  2. “My spouse hasn’t worked in 15 years; I’ve been the sole wage earner; do I have to pay support and, if so, for how long?”

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