Women in transition find advice, camaraderie at chamber event

This article appeared on phillyburbs.com. Margaret Thompson drove all the way to Doylestown from Swarthmore Tuesday to seek support and inspiration. She said she found it, in the form of the Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce’s Women in Business Committee. The committee on Tuesday hosted the first installment of its Women’s Empowerment Series, a seminar…

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How Do Divorce and Education Affect Success?

divorce and education

Last week the New York Times published an article on the effects of education and divorce on income and upward mobility.   It isn’t shocking to learn that a two income family will fare better than a single parent who isn’t receiving child support.  The article went on to say, however, that education plays a…

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Shared Child Custody Tips

This blog has repeatedly reinforced the concept that it is of utmost importance for divorcing and/or divorced parent to be respectful of the other for the sake of their children.  The Huffington Post article,”Sharing Custody of My Child: What Do I Do?” suggests some proactive ideas for how to make the most of your shared…

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Divorce Without the Arguing

Two helpful articles recently written in the Huffington Post about avoiding (or perhaps more realistically minimizing) arguments during the divorce process are written from the perspectives of attorneys and a divorce coach.  Bearing the advice from each in mind while speaking with your soon to be ex-spouse should provide you with some helpful tools. The…

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