Starting a new school year is stressful for everyone; here are some tips for divorced parents to help keep the school year positive and organized.
Archives for July 2017
Parental Alienation can happen very quickly; here are 7 ways to help you stop complete Parental Alienation from occurring.
Three Things to Know When Barring a Spouse from the Marital Home
Sometimes, Losing Custody May Be the Best Outcome for Your Children As a divorce lawyer, the first question most parents ask me is, “How do I win custody?” This is understandable. Any parent’s fear when separating from a spouse or partner is that he or she will lose control over the kids, or lose the […]
One of the biggest problems with ongoing resentment in a marriage is that it often leads to withdrawal and a lack of vulnerability. And if you’re bottling up feelings of anger, sadness, or disappointment, often this can lead to feelings of resentment. Along with this comes less warmth, affection, and over time less fondness and […]
Your Tweets, Snaps, and Posts: How Social Media and Divorce Can Get Messy
Trying to Recover from Divorce? Find Adequate Support
Signing the Papers is the First Step into Post-Divorce Life
Based on the past two decades of work as a family law attorney, and my prior work as a therapist, I believe there are five key signs that a relationship may be headed toward a divorce.