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September 2015 Archives

A few tips about going through a divorce

10095871_S.jpgDivorce can be a tough time for everyone in the family, and there are a lot of important matters that need to be handled throughout the divorce. Emotions will run high, and there will be times where you just want to curl up into a ball and give up. There's no hiding it: divorce is tough.

Legal separation and divorce are two very different things

27898590_S.jpgImagine that a married couple, after years being together, starts to see some fractures in their relationship. Though they try to patch things up, the relationship just keeps getting worse and, eventually, they decide it is time to do something about it. Instead of immediately filing for divorce, the couple talks about their options. They are considering a legal separation as opposed to a divorce.

Cohabitation agreements can help unmarried couples split equitably

8549583_S.jpgDivorce happens every day in the United States, and it seems like celebrity divorces are even more frequent (but only because they receive media attention). With celebrity divorce comes discussion about prenuptial agreements, infidelity, child support and all matter of other issues - legal and personal.

What is it called when a parent kidnaps their own child?

17348380_S.jpgHave you ever found yourself asking the question, "What is the name of this?" From the tiny plastic things at the end of shoelaces to the small metal cage that holds a champagne cork in the bottle, there are many things we know exist but don't know the name given to them. It's for this very reason that we are asking the question above:

How divorced parents can help get kids back to school: Part II

15202342_S.jpgEarlier this week, we began a discussion about the difficulties associated with back-to-school time when your family has recently experienced a divorce or child custody dispute. In today's post, we'll continue our list of back-to-school tips to make this transition easier for divorced families. As with other things in life, communication and cooperation are essential.

How divorced parents can help get kids back to school: Part I

3551231_S.jpgNow that September is here, kids across the United States are heading back to school (if they haven't done so already). This can be a stressful transition even under the best circumstances. But in families that have recently experienced a divorce and/or child custody dispute, back-to-school time is likely to be especially fraught.

Interstate custody can be complex, but it's not impossible

21618005_S.jpgChild custody will always be a complex and difficult matter when it comes to divorce. There are a lot of emotional elements and logistical factors that need to get sorted out so that the child's best interests are fulfilled. Even when both parents are on the same page for custody, there is still plenty to work out.

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