Co-Parenting in High Conflict Relationships

There are myriad benefits for a child that has both parents in their life. Even if those parents get divorced, by engaging in co-parenting, both parents continue to support their child to the fullest. However, co-parenting is only truly a good option if both parents...

Tips for a Child Custody Battle

All too often, child custody becomes a battle. No one wants to lose their children, no matter how it affects them. Emotions run high and parents may do whatever it takes to keep their children. Many play dirty and nobody comes out of it a winner, not even the...

Parental Alienation Syndrome

Parental Alienation Syndrome or PAS is a legal and psychological term that describes a deliberate, ongoing process of psychological manipulation when one parent uses the child as a weapon against the other parent. This is a course of action seen too many times in...

Deciding Child Custody

Deciding child custody can be the hardest part of getting divorced. It shouldn’t be decided lightly. Too many parents want to punish their exes by taking their children away but that is not the right attitude.Your children didn’t do anything wrong. They...

Surviving Your Child Custody Evaluation

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...

Types of Legal Custody

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...