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Divorce can be a challenging and emotionally charged life event. When a married couple decides to part ways, they often find themselves navigating a turbulent sea of emotions, ranging from grief and loss to anger and confusion. However, it’s crucial to recognize that divorce doesn’t mark the end of a relationship; it’s a transformation, especially […]
Children usually have the highest priority in their parents’ lives, and when a divorce or separation arises, the children are likely considered first. Making sure the children are considered throughout the divorce or separation process and providing them with a smooth transition is important for the children’s future and wellbeing. Going hand in hand with […]
When one has children, the first few holidays during or after divorce can be stressful and difficult to navigate. No one in this situation should expect to snap back into life knowing how to handle everything that lies ahead; instead, they should give themselves some grace. The newness of life after divorce is just like […]
When a couple gets married and has children, their relationship is taken to a whole new level. Not only do the spouses have a tie to one another through marriage, but they are also given parental rights and additional responsibilities when they have children. If divorce is involved, each parent’s custodial rights may be at […]
When parents are entering a divorce and/or a custody proceeding, a lot more is at stake than themselves and their material and monetary items—the importance of their relationship with their children and their children’s future will likely surpass everything else. We understand the amount of stress this situation can bring, and highly advise those going […]
A divorce or separation can create a lot of stress for everyone involved, and if children are a part of the picture, it is not an easy task to keep it together in front of them through the process. For that reason, it can be a relief when the divorce or end of the relationship […]
When parents go through the divorce process, some may not think through what parenting with their ex will be like once the divorce is final or they may have assumptions about it. Co-parenting brings on a whole new relationship and situation to navigate. While some parents find that co-parenting with their ex is easier than […]
Going through a divorce is not an easy journey. One way it is made even more complicated is when children are involved. Most parents naturally want the best for their children but face a conflict when they must give up some of their precious time with their children due to a divorce or a custody […]
Going through a divorce can be difficult and heart wrenching for many reasons – especially if children are involved. Having children can make a divorce more complicated because parents always want their children to grow up in the best situation possible. While a divorce can be difficult on everyone involved, there are ways to make […]
The COVID-19 pandemic has effected nearly all aspects of life. This includes court proceedings, which are now mostly conducted remotely via computer or other digital means. A common question among individuals that are subject to a custody order of court regarding their child or children is whether custody or custody orders of court are modified […]