Sadly this looks like a battle over children in the making. When one parent files for custody offering the other visitation the positions are already hardened. It would be a strong statement to the world of separating parents for such a visible couple to stand by their kids, not against one another.
For older entrepreneurs- there is good news- you can get through the “concrete ceiling”. Given the uncertainties of ongoing employment after 60, some boomers need to retool at retirement. And what is retirement? Maybe it is a new beginning.
Advice from “grey divorce” couple after 30 years of marriage- when you separate, don’t play the “blame game”, stay civil and treat each other well. This is an interesting story of how a couple met, how they lived their lives together and then how they lived their lives apart. A strong endorsement for mediation where they chose civility over money.
Kids whose parents fight a lot before separation recover after separation and are better off away from the conflict. Kids whose parents have a high conflict divorce take a lot longer to adjust. Otherwise, kids who experience a separation that is low conflict recover well after the initial impact.
This coach talks about making divorce a catalyst for positive change. A leap for those who are struggling with deep sadness but some wisdom for facing the aftermath and moving on.
A Harvard study has been able to peg the single factor that is behind many cases of divorce and broken marriages in America: having a job.