COVID-19 taught us all plenty of lessons and gave us some bitter pills to swallow. Just remember, if you’re considering getting a divorce or you’ve already filed, you’re not alone.
Co-parents should consult with their trusted pediatrician about whether their child should receive the vaccine. But what happens when divorced parents are committed to diametrically opposing positions on the issue?
As you focus on your finances, your family, and your health while your marriage comes to an end, remember that a divorce lawyer can help ease your stress by advising and representing you through any legal challenges that you may face.
Despite working under unprecedented difficulty, Probate and Family Court employees are doing their utmost to deliver the best possible service that prevailing circumstances permit.
Many single parents are seeking new ways to entertain and stimulate their children during the pandemic.
Here are tips on how to tell your kids that this year’s holiday traditions will be different.
Here are tips on how to set guidelines and how to celebrate while keeping social distance.
I got divorced during the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic. Sounds like something printed on a t-shirt, right?
With millions of jobs lost and work hours reduced during the coronavirus pandemic, it is no surprise that parents are flooding family lawyers across the nation asking for help to decrease their child support obligations.
Online divorce mediation can be an invaluable alternative to court backlogs in a time of social distancing. Take your future into your own hands and utilize video conferencing with your mediator and/or attorney.