Articles by Ruhaina Dhirani

Ruhaina Dhirani

Co-Parenting with a Front Line Worker

The COVID-19 pandemic has made life challenging for just about everyone, but in particular parents of children who are separated or divorced. Schools and non-essential businesses have temporarily closed, individuals are working remotely […]

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Domestic Abuse and COVID-19 Isolation

Individuals all around the world are either being ordered or encouraged by lawmakers to observe lockdowns to slow the spread of the Coronavirus and help flatten the curve of the pandemic. Schools, libraries, […]

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Tips for Covid-19 Co-Parenting

Are you and your ex cooperating with co-parenting arrangements during the current COVID-19 pandemic? Co-parenting is rarely easy and is considered to be one of the biggest stressors of divorce. Then came the […]

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