If your child will be graduating from high-school or college this spring, and you and your ex can’t be in a room together without starting WW3, you both owe it to your child to suspend any lingering divorce hostilities before, during, and after the ceremony.
The declaration of war by one parent on another creates radioactive fallout, which contaminates for generations.
Divorce can be an emotionally complicated and trying time, especially when there are children involved. Here’s a list of helpful tips from a family lawyer to help you be the best parent possible during this difficult time.
When families separate, many parents quickly start dating again; in most cases, one or both parents will marry or cohabitate with a romantic partner at some point post-divorce. Here’s how to help children of divorce adjust to becoming part of a stepfamily.
The important thing about creating a co-parenting…
If you have fought in front of your children, or have said negative things to them about your ex, it's not too late to do the right thing.
It's important for parents to be aware of all the issues that may impact the lives of their…
Family Lawyers, Brian Loughmiller & Eric Higgins, discuss how you can save money during your divorce, create a co-parenting plan, and help children get through this difficult time.
There are many factors that influence the outcome of your divorce case and educating yourself…
The holidays will be different than they were when you were all still living together in the same home – not better or worse, just different. Here are a few tips to make the best of your new situation.