Even if you decide that you are separating, you just have to make it through these last days of the year before you can get serious about your divorce.
With mutual cooperation, you can be grateful for having a reasonable co-parent during the holidays. Working together during this time takes some planning and compassion.
Let’s face it, if you are thinking about divorce it’s because you’re pretty sure there is some greener grass that you’re missing out on. But that doesn’t make the process any easier.
Hiding assets and income in a divorce is morally abhorrent and most important of all, is highly illegal.
If you or someone you know has experienced financial infidelity in their marriage or intimate relationship, it doesn’t necessarily mean the end. But it can take time to heal and regain trust, as with any other type of infidelity.
Too often, co-parents put together a Parenting Plan without consideration for how to implement the plan.