After a divorce, you might see your kids withdraw to the virtual world. There, they’ll be vulnerable to online criminals, malicious sites, and cyberbullies. Even if you struggle to dedicate time to your kids in this difficult time, you have to take steps to keep them safe online.
Children and Divorce
Are divorce rates, parenting time and child custody conflicts increasing because of the coronavirus pandemic?
When you drive your child to school, it is the perfect time to have a conversation.
Life after divorce can be very challenging, especially for a single dad.
In a divorce case, the main benefit of litigation is obtaining assistance from a judge when you are unable to resolve an issue by agreement with your spouse.
Parties to a divorce can agree to mediate their case, but family courts can also order parties to participate in mediation.
During this pandemic, you must be flexible about changing your parenting schedule to protect your kids. Here are 8 tips to help divorced parents weather the Coronavirus.
In nearly every case – even very difficult and high-conflict cases – it is better to mediate a child-related case than take it to court.
If you’re planning your first post-divorce family vacation, it’s important to keep in mind the following tips before booking anything.
Absolutely. In Indiana there are two types of child custody: legal custody and physical custody.