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Tips For Improving Co-Parenting Communication

co-parentingDivorce signals the end of your marriage, but your relationship with your ex-spouse never really ends if you have children. [Read more…]

Men’s Divorce Podcast: Co-Parenting Tips

Men's Divorce PodcastEach month, the Cordell & Cordell Men’s Divorce Podcast features interviews with authors, politicians and other divorce professionals on issues men face during the divorce process.  [Read more…]

Barry Sanders Explains Importance Of Co-Parenting

Barry Sanders

NFL hall of fame running back and Cordell & Cordell celebrity spokesperson Barry Sanders recently wrote a blog post about the importance of co-parenting after a divorce.

Even though divorce is often very complex and tensions between spouses run high, that shouldn’t get in the way of keeping the best interests of your children the top priority.  [Read more…]

Video: Cordell & Cordell News – July 3, 2015

Cordell & Cordell, along with its sponsored sites Dads Divorce and Men’s Divorce, presents a news video for the week of July 3, 2015.

This week, Cordell & Cordell linked to a blog post written by NFL legend and firm celebrity spokesperson Barry Sanders about the importance of finding trustworthy legal representation when going through divorce. The difficult legal concepts and procedures involved in the divorce process make it challenging for many guys to determine the best course of action without professional legal help.  [Read more…]

Staying in touch with a childs ex-spouse

The parents of each spouse can easily become involved in the lives of the newlyweds, as a relationship may grow due to the amount of time that one spends with the couple. However, when they divorce, drama can occur.

Linda Lipshutz, a marriage and family therapist, wrote an article for the Huffington Post describing the potential damage that may occur if a parent tries to maintain a relationship with their child’s ex.

According to the article, a parent has to walk the fine line of deciding whether to maintain the bond with the ex-spouse of their child, especially if this will alienate the son or daughter of this individual.

Lipshutz noted that many parents feel a deep bond with their child’s ex, and have a hard time accepting that it is over, especially if they like the individual.

According to Divorce Community, a mother and father have to realize that the same things apply for the divorcees and the parents of these individuals, as the individuals who are involved in the split need to be treated with sensitivity.