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Some tips for working with your ex-spouse

The end of a marriage doesn't have to mean the end of a business partnership. Some divorced spouses who can still get along have continued to have thriving business relationships after they've decided to go their separate ways personally. However, if one of you still has feelings for the other, or if your feelings toward each other are still complicated, a working relationship may not be possible.

Have you considered your long-term care needs?

Planning ahead can have many benefits. Even if you just make a quick checklist for your next morning, you could easily save time and effort in the future. Planning for more significant aspects of your life can also have its benefits. In particular, you may want to consider planning for your long-term health needs.

Co-parenting when your kids are in college and beyond

Your younger child is graduating from high school this month, and he will be off to college in the fall. Your older one is graduating from college, and you're preparing to help her move into her new apartment in Tucson where she'll be starting a job soon. However, your and your co-parent's joint responsibilities to your kids likely aren't over yet.

The limitations to stepparents' decision-making authority

When divorced people who have primary or shared custody of their kids remarry, their new spouses often assume an important role in these kids' lives. They may take them to or from school, cheer them on at games or concerts, help them with homework and generally be an involved stepparent.

Don't let your fears keep you in an unhappy marriage

If you've stayed in a bad marriage for too long out of fear, you're not alone. There are myriad fears that keep people from ending an unhappy or even toxic marriage and moving on. Many of them are based on fear of the future. Others are based on what other people will think or how the decision will impact others -- particularly children.

Your co-parent has a new significant other. Now what?

When you divorce, you realize that you and your ex will likely find new significant others eventually. However, when you learn that your ex has someone special in his or her life, it can still cause a range of strong, conflicted emotions. If the two of you have children together, your biggest concern is the role this new person will play in their lives.

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