This year, 2016, is officially 20 years after my marriage breakup. For those of us who grew up in the 1950s, we thought the future would be much like our parents. We married, had families, but then, unlike our parents, many of
On Golden Pond clinched it. We watched it, cried through the credits and saw ourselves years in the future. He, the crotchety Henry Fonda, and me, the delightfully aged Katharine Hepburn — opening the cottage each spring. We’d remark on all the
Listening to a friend talk about their divorce, I pause and think — this all sounds familiar. My friend details the lead up to her separation and there are so many similarities it’s a bit unnerving. Same actions, same words, same behaviour.
Here are a few quotes for you in whatever stage you are in your divorce process. Just at the beginning, in the middle of the separation or divorce process or maybe it’s all done and your are at that stage of learning
It is extraordinary that English divorce law has discouraged independence and autonomy for as long as it has. Individuals remain unable to set the agenda for their financial lives pursuant to separation. For example, they cannot: enter arrangements which set out their
10 Signs of Parental Alienation “You don’t want to turn this over to the courts. You don’t want to go in there and file a motion and turn the destiny of your family over to a stranger. You want to work this out
I came across this wonderful piece by Linda Gottlieb while browsing the internet. I was so touched by it because I know a few of my own friends who are still living through this period of parental alienation. They long for the
One of the biggest fears for parents going through separation is the impact it will have on their children. The decision to separate is not usually made quickly or easily and the process of ending a relationship is difficult. This is an