Atlanta Divorce Law Group - September 2021

Looking for Divorce Support or Help With Custody? Our Virtual Events Have You Covered!

cons of different custody schedules, and the dos and don’ts of your custody case. If you’re worried about your children’s futures, sign up today to get peace of mind. HAPPILY EVER AFTER DIVORCE SUPPORT GROUP MEETING (VIRTUAL SUPPORT GROUP) When: Thursday, Sept. 23, at 6:30 p.m. Register: Ever-After-Divorce-Support-Group When you’re going through a hard time in life like a divorce or custody battle, nothing is more valuable than having a community you can lean on. Our Happily Ever After Divorce Support Group, which meets monthly, can provide that for you! This group is full of kind, supportive people who have been through similar experiences and whom you can lean on for empathy, advice, and a peer

Our complimentary divorce support groups and seminars are available online! Register for these upcoming events to gain knowledge, resources, and emotional support that will help you feel empowered while you go through major life changes.

perspective. You won’t meet alone, though! The group is led by Kathleen Shack, the founder and CEO of Family Solutions Counseling, LLC. She specializes in marriage and family counseling, couples therapy, divorce coaching, and more, and she is an amazing resource for people in your shoes. She’ll help you let go of the “Why?” questions that keep you up at night, explore your feelings of anger and grief, and help you move forward. To learn more and sign up, head to the website above. Here at ADLG, we’re not letting COVID-19 slow us down. Sign up for these virtual events to get the information and support you need without leaving home.

CHILD CUSTODY BOOTCAMP (COMPLIMENTARYWEBINAR) When: Tuesday, Sept. 21, at 7 p.m. Register: Our‑Seminars

The word “bootcamp” might sound a little extreme, but you really do need to hustle to learn everything necessary about child custody! This is a complicated topic, but our team of experts will walk you through the basics, including the different custody types, how courts decide custody, how to protect your children or grandchildren from parental conflict, the pros and



ORGANIZE YOUR SCHOOL LUNCH SUPPLIES. Making your kids’ lunches each morning can be exhausting, but if you put different lunch items (e.g., bags of chips, apples, juice pouches, etc.) in different, easy-to-reach containers, you can turn making school lunches into an assembly line process where your kids do most of the work themselves, teaching them responsibility and taking a load off of your shoulders every school morning. You can even consider making the lunches the night before to lighten up the morning routine!

Summer break (especially for young kiddos) is a lawless time with little meaning that’s punctuated by a vacation or trips to the park and pool. Transitioning children back to the calm, orderly world of the school year can be challenging for both teachers and parents. How can you make sure your kids trade in their summer hats for their school brains? Well, luckily, you can use a few hacks to make that transition brighter, seamless, and even fun.

Spelling out all the tasks your kids have to do before and after school will help them ease back into the routines of going to bed each night and getting up early for school. Plus, it will introduce them to the satisfaction of checking items off a list after completing them. When your kids knowwhat to do and when to do it, it makes your day a little easier! MAKE A COLOR-CODED CLOCK. Lots of kids are visual learners, which means an analog clock will be their best friend when it comes to keeping track of time. Color code different sections of the clock for different parts of the day to help them remember what they’re supposed to be doing, whether it’s blue for breakfast time, orange for homework hour, or purple for their bedtime routine. MAKE SCHOOL SUPPLY CUBBIES. If your child tends to throw their backpack and jackets all over the house, then school supply cubbies could be a game-changer. You could even just label different hooks in your mudroom or hallway if that’s all you have to work with. Whatever the case, when your kids have an established place to put their school stuff, it’s that much easier for them to find as they head out the door in the morning.


If they had their way, you know your kiddos would wear the same Spider Man or Elsa T-shirt every day of the week. So, if you want to make sure they look respectable and ready to learn every day, plan out their outfits for the entire school week. This is especially easy if they have a set of hanging cubbies in their closets. Allow them to help choose outfits on a Saturday or Sunday before the new week; it will also help them learn how to dress themselves later in life.

Back-to-school season shouldn’t be hectic — and with a few of these hacks in mind, it won’t be!


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