Month: February 2021
Angry at Your Ex? Here are Three Ways to Keep it From Affecting Your Kids
Couple issues can easily boil over and affect your life in other areas. You have to be careful these problems don’t affect your relationship with your children.
Winning Strategies to Get Increased Parenting Time
Many non-custodial parents dream of having more time with their children, but they’re not sure how they can make it happen. Solutions can be easier than they appear.
What to do When Your Ex Makes Custody Exchanges a Nightmare
Some co-parents are really good at pushing buttons, and there’s no time worse for playing these games than during a custody exchange. Ideally, you want the time your kids spend with you to end on a happy note.
Dealing with Issues When You Work Full-Time and Your Ex Doesn’t Have a Job
Too many single dads work too much, have limited time to share with their kids, and get put to shame for it by a co-parent who doesn’t have a job. Here’s what to do about it.
Will the IRS Take Your or Your Spouse’s Tax Refund for Past Due Child Support? Here’s What You Need to Know
Tax season can be stressful and may be particularly fraught with headaches this year. You’ll be able to weather those challenges easier if you’re prepared. Before you file your taxes, check to see if there are offsets that will take money from your refund.