We all need to take responsibility for our own emotional wellbeing before we begin another marriage or start assigning blame for the mistakes of the past. It takes time, therapy, and proper self-care in our everyday lives to embrace new modes of acting and ways of connecting and bonding with our loved ones.
Divorce Articles by Family Lawyers and Divorce Professionals
Divorce is a challenging time for spouses and the kids involved. Partners need to realize that it’s their responsibility to ensure the kids come out of this experience with as little emotional harm as possible.
When you go through a divorce, it can feel like you’re on a crazy roller coaster. A divorce is a loss, and it’s normal to go through some kind of grieving process. Throughout that process, though, you might find it hard to enjoy some of the same things you did before. Specifically, you might find it difficult to enjoy the things you used to do with your ex.
The following are typical misconceptions that family law attorneys hear from their clients at the outset of their case, and the responses that help clients understand the process and realistic expectations of the outcome of “winning” their divorce.
Here are four tips to help you structure your co-parenting arrangement successfully and make it work for your family.
Texas divorce courts do not simply divide community property 50-50. Instead, Texas law provides that community property is split according to what the judge deems “just and right.” In other words, division of property must be fair and equitable.
Getting divorced isn’t easy and was one of the most challenging things that I have had to do in my life. I’m sure you also feel this way too.
In a separation agreement, separating individuals must agree on all the fundamental issues, including debts and assets share, child support, and custody, as well as property ownership.
Family lawyer Jennifer S. Tier, of Boyle Feinberg Sharma answers common questions about divorce.
High-net-worth divorce can often be legally and financially exhausting. Family lawyer Penny Nasios discusses high-net-worth divorce in Massachusetts.