Navigating Custody Issues around the Holidays

Navigating child custody schedules is a perennial challenge, and it becomes particularly arduous during the holiday season. Utilize this guide to aid you during this demanding period.

Custody During the Holidays for Halloween

Navigating shared custody during the holidays can be challenging. Don’t miss out on the magic this halloween, consult an attorney for guidance on holiday schedules and more.

Navigating a New Significant Other, Children, and the Holidays

Recoupling during the holidays can be harder for your child than divorce.   KEY POINTS While parents may have had plenty of time to process the end of the marriage, this might be new information for a child. For children, the introduction of a new “step-person” may require they adjust to new siblings, home, routines, […]

The Holidays Are Here: What Newly Divorced Co-Parents Need to Know

The first holiday season after divorce or separation is often the hardest. Particularly if there are children involved, divorce will affect the holiday season for all of you — including changing many holiday traditions. Changes may mean not having your children at your family’s traditional annual gathering or waking up on Christmas morning without your […]

Trick or Treat Tips for Co-Parents

Did you know that the CDC has approved trick or treating for this year? If you have not done so already, now is the time to communicate with your co-parent to ensure you are on the same page about Halloween plans with the children. And while you are at it, take the time to talk […]

5 Tips for Co-Parenting Through the Holidays, in a Pandemic

5 Tips for Co-Parenting Through the Holidays, in a Pandemic COVID-19 restrictions complicate an already complicated time. December 2, 2020 It is a strange time, for sure. The holidays are upon us, but COVID-related guidance has made the holidays for divorcing and co-parenting spouses even more challenging, with less emotional support from extended family members and friends due […]

Surprise Holiday Bills?

There are a few things you can do to legally protect yourself and your finances when married or proceeding through a divorce with a spouse who suffers from bipolar disorder or another mania-related disorder.

The Holidays Are Almost Here

If you have recently gone through, or are going through, a divorce, particularly if there are children involved, you might be very cognizant of how your divorce has changed the holidays for you and your family including many holiday traditions.