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5 Ways Thanksgiving Can Help Heal After a Divorce

After experiencing a major stressful life event such as a divorce, some people see the holidays in a negative light. However, Thanksgiving can actually be helpful in the healing process after a divorce. No matter how long it has been and how many Thanksgivings have passed since your divorce, this holiday can help you focus on the positives in your life. If you find yourself in need of legal representation regarding divorce, Wall & Wall Legal Solutions will fight for your…

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5 Ways to Introduce Your Kids to Your New Relationship

There is Help You Can Rely On Standing on the other side of divorce brings a wisdom that you did not possess prior to the process. Your children are also feeling a great sense of newness, and they have learned a lot about life too. It is not an easy new feeling and there is a sense of innocence lost. Even divorced parents with the most amicable of relationships must proceed with caution when introducing a new relationship to their…

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5 Tips For Long-Distance Parenting

Parenting your child is difficult after a divorce, and it becomes even more difficult in the event you or your former spouse moves. How do you communicate effectively with the other parent? How can you show your child love and consistency when you can’t be there in person? At Wall Legal Solutions, we are here to guide you through this tricky process. Be Consistent The most important thing you can do for your child when you become a long-distance parent…

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Fighting Parental Alienation Syndrome

Divorce is never an easy process, but it can be particularly messy when custody of minor children is involved. In some cases, one parent may attempt to use children as a weapon against the other parent, undermining and even vilifying him or her. This type of behavior is called “Parental Alienation Syndrome”, or “PAS” for short, and it is unfortunately all too common. At the law offices of Wall & Wall, we have been helping parents fight PAS for more…

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Celebrating Mother’s And Father’s Day As A Divorced Parent

Celebrating the holiday as a divorcee can be a difficult thing to do. This is particularly true if the holiday is a celebration of a day focusing on you as a parent, such as Mother’s or Father’s Day. It is important to honor the needs of your ex to celebrate their day without interference from you or any added complications. Surviving these special holidays can be a bit easier with these tips and suggestions from the law offices of Wall…

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