Mindful Co-Parenting – Importance of Mindfulness Tools

So, what does mindful co-parenting look like? Mindful co-parenting may be supported by some form of mindfulness meditation or it can simply mean paying attention. Attention equals intention. When we’re paying attention to our body, thoughts, and feelings we’re more likely to be attuned to our intention to be a good co-parent.

Children of LGBTQI+ Couples – Co-parenting and the Impact of Divorce

Create an inclusive environment where your children feel accepted and celebrated for who they are, including their LGBTQI family structure. Affirm their identities and provide resources and support networks where they can connect with other children of LGBTQI parents and other families who have divorced.

3 Types of Co-Parenting to Kick Off Summer

Here come the summer months, when it is time to make or revise scheduling plans and decisions with your co-parent. This usually involves a shift in the parenting schedule, a vacation week or two, and coordinating summer activities and camps.  It takes collaboration, communication, and sharing of responsibility to support your child during this time. Depending on the type of co-parenting relationship you have developed, you will handle this transition in different ways.

Diversity Equity Inclusion and Belonging Mission Statement

Diversity Equity Inclusion and Belonging Mission Statement Collaborative Practice Golden Gate (CPGG) values and prioritizes diversity of experience, identities, ideas, and cultures. The mission of the CPGG Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging (DEIB) Committee,...

Why Have One Neutral Financial Professional in Your Divorce?

What I say to the first noted potential clients is that I, as a neutral financial professional, promise them they will know everything financially related to their divorce prior to any decision making.  It is my job to lay out all the assets and debts and income and expenses in simple and understandable form to both clients and any mediator or attorneys.  It is also my job to educate my clients about taxes, tax filing status, health and life insurance, Social Security, pension values, and the consequences of dividing assets that have tax related issues.