I am so proud to have a local bar that shares Kids First Parents Second vision to help parents minimize conflict during the divorce process. While we are building our magazine, enjoy the work experts have shared with us in both the U.S. and U.K. Simply put, Kids First Parents Second is becoming THE RESOURCE to help divorcing families.
So is it worth it? Is wanting to fight that important to you? Is conflict beneficial to your health, your children’s health and long term happiness?
Don’t get caught regretting your decisions that you made during the divorce process. Stop and think. How will your actions affect your family? Remember you can not only litigate, you can mediate and also collaborate. Find ways to protect your family from harm.
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Designing your wedding cake than planning your divorce? Think about that for a minute. As a consumer you would ALWAYS WANT TO BE INFORMED about the product you are buying. If you were buying a wedding cake you would spend hours talking about the cakes color, texture and layers. You would want to talk about the size of the cake because you would need to make sure there were enough servings for your guests. You would want to make sure that the cake matched the theme of your wedding celebration. The questions could go on and on.
Parents walking to divorce attorneys office are not informed consumers. They do not understand their choices as it relates to litigation, mediation or collaboration. They do not understand how their choices will impact their children NOR do they understand how their divorce will impact their life in the short and long term.
Kids First Parents Second’s Transitions magazine is designed as a resource to help parents understand their choices PRIOR to engaging in the divorce process. To view our magazine please click the image below and enjoy.
Written by professionals across the U.S. and U.K. this magazine is to help famiilies entering the divorce process. Share our articles on facebook, twitter and google plus! Please make sure to leave a comment suggestion or even a suggestion for a future article. Matt Sossi
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