COVID-19 Makes Me Feel Like We're Living in the Twilight Zone

Written By Lauren Pearl, Pearl Concierge Services

The Twilight Zone TV series is on my mind a lot right now in this “foreign” world where people are wearing masks!

When I was 5 years old I watched The Pig Faced Doctors episode of "The Twilight Zone."

Masked doctors were staring down at their pati...


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Single Parents in Quarantine

Written by Attorney Joryn Jenkins

Parenting is difficult enough as it is, but now with added stress due to the Coronavirus, parenting has become all the more challenging. Single parenting always comes with its trials and tribulations, whether it’s co-parenting, making the best decisions for the s...


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Coparenting Through Coronavirus: 2 Divorce Lawyers Do It Well

Written by Divorce Attorneys & Former Spouses Vanessa Hammer and Brendan Hammer

From lost jobs to lost homes, from reduced income to reduced interaction, and from kid’s staying away from Spring Break to kid’s staying with infected persons – COVID-19 is animating almost every aspect of what we do ...


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Tips for Co-parenting During the Coronavirus

Written by Deborah Mecklinger, LL.B, M.S.W, A.T.C

While the creators of the 2011 thriller Contagion may have shed some light on what the world might look like in the wake of a pandemic, no one has envisioned the experience of co-parenting amid one. 


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Natural Ways to Cope with Stress During Extraordinary Times

Written By Ken Lawson, Founder and C.E.O. of FOCL

Most of us have never faced the kind of uncertainty that we do now. This extraordinary time has left us with an extraordinary amount of stress — which is only compounded when you’re also coming to terms with the end of a romantic relationship. 


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