Shame, bitterness, and betrayal generated by the way in which family law matters are handled either by the individuals themselves or through their attorneys often creates a great deal of unnecessary conflict. For example, it is important to keep in mind that the other parent is not necessarily a bad parent just because both parents […]
Archives for March 2015
Christina Pesoli answers the question “My New Boyfriend Is Still Married. Is That A Deal Breaker?” Find out what she says.
Many divorcing people are prone to high conflict and would prefer to settle their issues amicably, but can’t figure out how to do so because they always perceive the conflict as being the other side’s fault. In divorce mediation, the mediator can help explain how the conflict or discussion ended up in such a difficult […]
Devastating, all-encompassing, overwhelming and even traumatic. These are just some of the words that describe the divorce process. It is, without a doubt, one of life’s greatest challenges and most difficult transitions. Getting on the other side of the entire emotional ordeal (which starts well before and ends well after the legal proceedings) can take […]
If you are in an unhappy marriage, it is still possible to avoid divorce and improve your relationship. Follow these divorce prevention tips.
One of the greatest challenges of single parenting is being able to take care of your needs for adult companionship and love while nurturing your children at the same time. Take your time: don’t rush into a new relationship because you fear being alone.
Divorce can be a scary process. You may never have had to go through the process of choosing a lawyer before let alone detail information about your private life. If you decide to retain a lawyer take your time in choosing a lawyer that is right for your particular case. Set up a consultation with […]
Today, custody disputes in Minnesota are friendlier thanks to the “Social Early Neutral Evaluation” model which facilitates custody and parenting time.
You have arrived at a decision: you want a divorce or you are seriously thinking about it. Or perhaps your spouse has made that decision for you and now you are forced to think about how to protect yourself. Regardless of who initiated it, the decision to divorce is rarely a sudden one. Perhaps when you […]