Using Technology to Stay in Contact*

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*A soon-to-be-obsolete checklist of new tools that you can use to stay in touch with your kids and other family member. (Please help by sending your comments with new ideas!) When families split up, there’s always a challenge in staying in contact with each other. Mostly, this is an issue for parents, grandparents and children, but it can also come …

Be Careful What You Say, Text and Write!

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At the risk of bringing up a subject that many people are already tired of, the recent highly-publicized woes of a famous golfer clearly illustrate some of the issues I have written about before. As most people who have been paying attention are aware, Tiger Woods’ predicament revolves around extra-marital relationships that appear to have been substantiated by his own …

Don’t Let Your Words Come Back to Haunt You

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This post could be called “Think Before You Hang Yourself” or “Pause Before You Put Your Foot in Your Mouth.” Peggy Roston, who writes the Alaska Divorce Blog, recently had an excellent post on a topic that seems to need repeating frequently — the damage your statements, written or oral, can make. She talks about custody cases, but it is …