Resources for Divorce, Separation,
Divorce is a common occurrence among American couples. In fact, the likelihood of new marriages ending in divorce in 1997 was 43%, and it continues to grow.
Regardless of what is happening in your marriage, it is important that your child has the support he or she needs.
This page provides resources to help you and your teen cope with divorced, separated, or remarried parents.
- Divorce: This section of the Medline Plus Web site deals with divorce. It includes great resources for parents, teens and children. It also includes information on many issues surrounding a divorce – including financial issues, statistics, organizations, and related issues.
- Helping Children and Families Deal with Divorce & Separation: Article and policy regarding divorce found on the American Academy of Pediatrics Web site.
- Their House – My House: Raising Your Child in Two Different Homes: Article found on the Georgia Family Law Blog Web site. This site explains good parental strategies for transitioning from a single home to a multiple-house living situation for the child(ren) involved. It also includes additional links to other divorce data and articles.