The Paley Rothman Blog
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Sheltering in place during the pandemic is difficult when you’re living, working and schooling in the same location with your family. Add in the complexities of divorce, blended families and economic uncertainty, and the pressure goes up further. Some experts predict there will be a rise in divorce when the pandemic ends.
The holidays are a wonderful time of year to share with your family and friends. Yet, with travel, shopping and many preparations, this is a stressful time. For divorced families, that stress is even greater because there are more arrangements that have to be made regarding children, when and where children will be, whose house, when, for how long. There may also be sadness about a time when the family was whole and celebrations were happier.
It’s Back to School for children and families, and there are new classes, school routines and activities to manage. Tracey Coates and Carlos Lastra talk about how to make Back to School easier for kids whose parents are divorced.
How do you hold down wedding day drama, stop the “unwanted guest” from arriving, and prevent brides and grooms from wishing they’d eloped instead of walking down the aisle? There are some practical and legal solutions. We have outlined 5 tips to avoid wedding day family drama.
Getting a marriage proposal on Valentine’s Day is so romantic. Today, though, more couples, especially millennials, are asking their fiancés to sign prenuptial agreements before tying the knot.