Divorce Articles: Going through a divorce can bring up many questions. What is next? How do newly-single parents co-parent? Finding articles and websites that can help you may ease your mind on your new divorce and lifestyle. Reading about other people’s experience with situations you’re in can help you come up with ideas for your own family.
Huffington Post Divorce: Divorce articles on advice, parenting, dating, statistics, and more
Divorce360: Skim divorce articles based on which stage of divorce you are in.
Divorced Girl Smiling: Women’s divorce blog by Jackie Pilossoph
Divorced Guy Grinning: Men’s divorce blog by Jackie Pilossoph
Whole Parent Book: Divorce blog focused on the experience of being a single dad
St. Louis Divorce Blog: Read some of Stephen Bardol’s most recent blog posts about divorce, child support, child custody, and more.
Realtors: When the time comes, you or your ex-spouse will move out of your family home and find a new abode. Especially if you have children, you want to make sure that your home is just as comforting to them as your family’s previous residence. Keep in mind, though, that now you are paying rent or a mortgage with less income than before. While finding a new home can be difficult, St. Louis has experienced realtors that can find you exactly what you need. Do you want to be in a certain school district? Should your neighborhood be family friendly? How close to you want to be to your job? Whether that is an apartment near the city or a house in the same neighborhood, you can find something within your price range and what is right for you and your family after a divorce.
Below are a few local St. Louis realtors:
St. Louis Real Estate Search: The database has over 12,000 listings in the area; one may be the right match for you.
Divorce Support Groups: Divorce can be stressful and turn your life upside down. Sometimes it’s helpful to talk to others who have gone through the same thing, or may be able to provide some insight on your journey after a divorce. While we can lean on our family members, it helps to speak with people who have experienced a divorce first hand. Perhaps you will meet someone who has had a similar experience and knows of other resources you might be interested in. Divorce Care is a great site to find a support group near you. Enter your zip code and a list of divorce support groups will show, including dates and times. Meetups is another place to find divorce support groups or other social groups for single parents. Feel free to ask me for ideas as well. Because I’ve work with individuals throughout St. Louis, I constantly hear of new meetups and groups that you may have interest in joining. Feel free to call my office with any questions or if you need any ideas.