Leaving your kids behind is the last thing you'd think about doing, but unless you have a living trust or have written a will, what happens to your kids when you die? A mom with cancer asked an oncology nurse to raise her son if the disease took her life, which got me realizing the importance of deciding who will raise your kids if you die.Read Full Story
Co-parenting — or shared parenting — is usually the best way to deal with custody of your children after divorce, but it isn’t always easy. We spoke with a few moms who are actively co-parenting with their ex-husbands to find out where the trouble lies, and how to best deal with it for the sake of your kids.Read Full Story
Once your divorce was final, after having endured alimony, child support and custody issues you proclaimed that you'd sworn off all men and were content to live a life in blissful solitude. However, now that several months have passed, those dating pool waters don't seem quite as murky and you're feeling ready to take the plunge and find that love connection that eluded you the first time around.Read Full Story
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