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ADHD and Family Separation

ADHD and Family Separation

ATTENTION DEFICIT DISORDER with HYPERACTIVITY – its Effect on Family and Separation All too often, we read about difficult or explosive children at school, at home, or with their friends. We also read about dysfunctional family separations. What role does ADHD play in...

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Parenting Challenges

Parenting Challenges

Statistically, 20% of adults suffer from emotional difficulties. An additional 5% have extreme emotional problems. This means 1 in 4 adults will suffer from emotional difficulties, which will likely impact their spouse, their children and their own life. A...

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3. Financial Agreement

3. Financial Agreement

Now that you know your expenses and have your financial budgets in order, you are ready to negotiate the financial aspects of your agreement. This can be quite complex and even scary. If you have children your situation is more complicated. Parents have a moral if not...

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4. Separation / Divorce Agreements

4. Separation / Divorce Agreements

Most separating couples have never seen one The Family Law Professional’s role is to help separating parents reach consensus during their negotiations, if possible. These are the most common initial decisions to be made and the Sections in a Separation / Divorce...

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Children’s Bill of Rights

Children’s Bill of Rights

Children have the right to expect their parents to fulfill their responsibilities. This Children’s Bill of Rights will help guide you during your separation or divorce. Children have the right to be loved and to love both parents without feeling guilty, pressured,...

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