Archive for May 2012

6 Tips to Handle Mother’s Day and Father’s Day After Divorce

As promised, here is another article from Carolyn B. Ellis with tips for handling Mother’s Day after divorce.  These are very good tips.  I hope they are helpful!

If you are or someone you know is having trouble making plans for Mother’s Day in the context of a legal custody dispute, call Shawn Weber at 858-345-1616 for a free telephone consultation. | Mother’s Day after Divorce

Mother's Day CardMother’s Day is coming up.  This is one of those emotion charged holidays that seem to increase my billable hours.  This is because so much mischief is done around Mother’s Day and Father’s Day.  I will be posting different articles throughout the week with tips on handling mothers day– for both Mom and Dad.   With some thinking ahead, mental preparation, a thicker skin, some consideration for the other party’s feelings and more consideration for the kids’ feelings, Mother’s Day can be a positive experience even after the divorce.  Here is a great article from to get us started. | Mother’s Day after Divorce.

How To Divorce: How Do I Tell My Spouse I Want A Divorce?

This article does a good job of encouraging an HONEST and OPEN conversation about the pending divorce. I can’t tell you how many of my clients have really struggled with this issue. Another good article would be one about how to talk to the kids about the divorce.
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost