When you and your soon-to-be-ex cannot agree on who makes the best custodial parent, you may need to participate in a child custody evaluation. Family law judges often turn to experts in the field of child psychology or social services to assist them in making...read more
When you have children, your ex-husband (or wife) is going to be in your life for the rest of it. You are going to have to learn to co-parent together for your children. They didn't do anything wrong and they deserve to have both parents in their lives. Before you can...read more
You have been contemplating remarriage since your divorce concluded, or since you have entered the final stages of the divorce process. Whether you are considering remarrying a former spouse or a new partner, there are aspects concerning the conditions of your divorce...read more
With more than fifty percent of marriages ending in divorce and a growing trend of unmarried adults having children, the topic of co-parenting is a family and legal topic that is gaining more attention. A common misconception is that co-parenting is the same thing as...read more
Divorce takes a toll on you and your family mentally and emotionally. After divorcing, communication with the other parent can become frustrating and difficult due to the change in circumstances. Regardless why the marriage ended in divorce, encourage your children to...read more
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