In some families, divorce may be coupled with a child having an extreme and seemingly inexplicable rejection of a parent. Your child may be experiencing parental alienation. In the abstract […]
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 […]
Children often require time to process and adjust to the changes divorce brings into their lives. Introducing the prospect of a new relationship into the mix can be extremely challenging […]
5 signs that might indicate your child is a victim of parental alienation. In some families, divorce may be coupled with a child having an extreme and seemingly inexplicable rejection […]
I am proud to be a member of the Board of Directors for LIFT: Legal Information for Families Today. Our mission is to “enhance access to justice for children and […]
Co-parenting is a challenge. Keeping track of parenting schedules and all the details of children’s lives is complicated, but probably the most difficult aspect day-to-day is splitting children’s expenses. When […]
Summer is here, and while we would like for our kids to be reading, outside exercising and developing healthy friendships, we know that without school and related activities to keep […]
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.
Many divorcing parents wonder how dating will affect their children and question the best time to introduce a new “significant other” or even a not so “significant” other to the children.