Posted January 29, 2011, 4:16 pm | by Phyl Bean
If you have children with special needs, and are going through divorce or a custody proceeding, Phyl Bean knows what you’re dealing with. A single parent herself, Phyl has a child on the autism spectrum, and two children with Attention Deficit Disorder. Divorce, as everyone knows, is hard on typical kids. But it is especially difficult for children with special needs. You can make the process a little easier on yourself and your kids by having an attorney who is knowledgeable about the process of divorce as it affects special needs kids.
Here are some additional sources of information:
When Parents of Special Needs Children Divorce
Divorce and Children with Special Needs
Divorce Planning for Children with Special Needs
Category: Special Needs Divorce | Tags: Divorce/Dissolution, Special Needs Divorce |
Posted January 15, 2011, 3:38 pm | by Contributing Author
WebMD spoke with family and divorce expert M. Gary Neuman, who gives exes pointers on how to split up without emotionally destroying their kids. Here’s the link.
Category: Custody and Parenting Time, Divorce/Dissolution | Tags: divorce |
Posted January 14, 2011, 3:37 pm | by Contributing Author
How does depression affect marriage and relationships?
The depression itself doesn’t lead directly to divorce, experts say. Rather, it is the consequences of not addressing the depression. By Kathleen Doheny, WebMD Feature Reviewed by Brunilda Nazario, MD. Here’s the link.
Posted January 13, 2011, 3:35 pm | by Contributing Author
This article on MSN Money provides astute insight into post-divorce finances.Your lifestyle will almost certainly change when one household becomes two. You’ll need a new budget — and a realistic look at what you can afford for the next few years. Here’s the link.
Posted January 12, 2011, 3:34 pm | by Contributing Author
Study Shows Divorce Rates Are Similar for Parents With and Without Autistic Children
Parents of autistic children often hear that the divorce rate in families with autism is 80%, but a new study debunks that figure as a myth. By Laura J. Martin, MD. Originally Published on WbMd.com.
Here’s the link.
Category: Custody and Parenting Time, Divorce/Dissolution, Special Needs Divorce