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.
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Although you may not be able to pinpoint the exact moment where you fell out of love, you will know that something is wrong when you do not enjoy their company anymore. So when is it the right time to pull the plug on marriage?
It’s important to recognize that reasonable people can reach vastly different conclusions about the safety of child exchanges and visitation in these strange times.
The Massachusetts Probate and Family Courts are open for business but are operating under Standing Order 2-20, a temporary emergency order which identifies the types of cases that will be handled during this time.
Are divorce rates, parenting time and child custody conflicts increasing because of the coronavirus pandemic?
We are all working our way through the many questions raised by the CARES Act and how it impacts all of us. Here are the highlights of the act.
Assuming divorce is inevitable, the sooner you start the process and determine where you stand and what your options are, the sooner you can start planning for your future. And the good news is, you don’t have to do it alone!
When you drive your child to school, it is the perfect time to have a conversation.
For those in an unhappy marriage, the thought of being quarantined with your spouse for a day, let alone months, is unimaginable.
When choosing a divorce lawyer, you should always consider the facts of your particular case. For example, if your case involves child-custody issues, then you should look for someone with experience advocating for children.