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Are you Contemplating Divorce?

Posted by Ellaretha Coleman | Dec 28, 2020 | 0 Comments

Whether you should dissolve your marriage may be one of the most important and difficult decisions you will ever face. Take time to reflect and process. Divorce is a major life change. There will be significant issues to deal with and associated stresses. You don't want to approach the question f...

Everything You Need to Know About Divorce Counseling

Posted by The Firm | Oct 16, 2020 | 0 Comments

Divorce can be an extremely traumatic experience for both parties involved. Most couples don't often emerge from this painful process with their emotional and mental health intact. When the support of your family and friends isn't enough for you to recover from the aftermath of your divorce, you ...

How to Protect Your Children from an Abusive Ex-Spouse

Posted by The Firm | Oct 14, 2020 | 0 Comments

If you had felt victimized during the course of your marriage because your former spouse was too controlling and abusive, your divorce may have given you some form of relief as it finally freed you from the hold your ex-spouse had on you. But divorce isn't the same for parents who've managed to e...

Parenting Plan Modifications

Posted by The Firm | Oct 13, 2020 | 0 Comments

Sometimes, you need to get modifications made to your parenting plan when circumstances call for it. The current plan may no longer be what is the most convenient and healthy for your child. For a parenting plan to be modified, you usually have to file for a modification or petition. This will ha...

How to Resolve Co-Parenting Conflicts

Posted by The Firm | Oct 12, 2020 | 0 Comments

When you've just been through a divorce, it can take months, or even years, for you to finally get closure and move on with your life. However, when you have kids to take care of, you need to consider their needs as well to make sure they can adjust to the sudden changes. If you're constantly arg...

How to Effectively Prepare for a Divorce

Posted by The Firm | Oct 11, 2020 | 0 Comments

Navigating your emotions when you're going through a divorce can be extremely challenging. If you want to minimize conflict as much as possible while simultaneously protecting your assets, you need to proceed with caution in the days leading up to your divorce. You need to do your research, stay...

3 Ways to Stay an Involved Dad after Divorce

Posted by The Firm | Apr 07, 2020 | 0 Comments

One of the biggest downsides of divorce is that it can put a strain on your relationship with your kids. When you're going through the most stressful time in your life, staying as involved in your kids' lives as before can become an extra burden to bear. Even though your co-parenting agreement ma...

How to Protect Your Assets during Divorce

Posted by The Firm | Apr 03, 2020 | 0 Comments

Divorce can be messy, especially if you're parting ways with a spouse you've been with for a long time. There are so many unresolved feelings that you need to navigate before you can come to terms with reality. The possibility of losing half of your life's savings can make this time even more str...

Parenting Plans During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Posted by The Firm | Apr 01, 2020 | 0 Comments

The COVID-19 Global Pandemic has created unique challenges for all of us with significant impact to those divorced or separated parents attempting to follow their Parenting Plan or time-sharing schedules.  This pandemic has caused so much confusion when making the decision whether to follow the p...

Questions Your Divorce Attorney May Ask You

Posted by The Firm | Mar 12, 2020 | 0 Comments

Divorce can be extremely time-consuming. To make the most of your time spent with your divorce lawyer, you need to be fully prepared for all the meetings and provide detailed answers to their questions. This way, they can come up with the perfect divorce strategy for your case and give you the l...

Tips for Resolving Co-Parenting Conflicts Post-Divorce

Posted by The Firm | Mar 10, 2020 | 0 Comments

When you've just been through a divorce or separation, it can take months, or even years, for you to finally get closure and move on with your life. However, when you have kids to take care of, you need to consider their needs as well to make sure they can adjust to the sudden changes. If you're ...

3 Reasons You Need a Prenuptial Agreement

Posted by The Firm | Mar 09, 2020 | 0 Comments

If you've just proposed to your partner and are preparing to get married soon, the last thing you'd be thinking about is the possibility of divorce. However, divorce isn't something most married couples can foresee. Sometimes, a divorce happens due to factors that seem way beyond your control. W...

How to Move On After Infidelity and Divorce

Posted by The Firm | Mar 06, 2020 | 0 Comments

When you're married, finding out that your spouse has been cheating on you is nothing less than your worst nightmare. Your whole world comes crashing down in a split second and you start to question every moment they chose to spend with you. Was it all a lie? For some people, getting their marria...

Getting a Protective Order During Divorce

Posted by The Firm | Mar 05, 2020 | 0 Comments

It's not always possible to part on friendly terms with your spouse. The whole process can affect both of you emotionally. Financial loss can also cause a lot of stress to both parties and you can expect your spouse to hold grudges against you for this and many other reasons. Your spouse can als...

Parenting Rights of Unmarried Parents

Posted by The Firm | Mar 03, 2020 | 0 Comments

Parenting isn't as simple for unmarried parents as it is for married couples. That's because child custody alone may be a matter fraught with complications. The problems regarding visitation and child support increase tenfold when you take marriage out of the equation.   As an unmarried parent, y...

How to Deal With False Allegations during Child Custody

Posted by The Firm | Mar 02, 2020 | 0 Comments

During high conflict custody cases, one parent often makes false allegations against the other to make them seem as an unfit parent. They do so because they wish to gain full custody of their children and make sure the other parent has no say in how they're raised. It's safe to say that they don'...

Long Distance Plans to Help with Co-Parenting

Posted by The Firm | Feb 28, 2020 | 0 Comments

Having both parental figures around is one of the major factors that affect a child's development. When you split with your spouse or partner and you have a child together, you need to figure out a way to co-parent so that your kid grows to become a well-adjusted adult. Ideally, you'd live in th...

Things to Discuss During Your Divorce Strategy Session

Posted by The Firm | Feb 27, 2020 | 0 Comments

It won't be an understatement to say that going through a divorce can be traumatizing for both you and your spouse. You have to replay everything that has been said or done countless times in your head to try and come to terms with reality. It's natural for you to be hesitant with the divorce pr...

Things to Look out for in a Family Law Attorney

Posted by The Firm | Feb 26, 2020 | 0 Comments

If you've run into legal issues with divorce and child custody, then you should consult a family law attorney right away and seek their advice. A highly qualified family lawyer will help you understand your situation better and make sure you're well-represented every step of the way. They'll gui...

Staying in a Broken Marriage for the Sake of Children

Posted by The Firm | Feb 25, 2020 | 0 Comments

Are you deciding to stay in an unhappy marriage just so your kids can be happy? While this decision may come from a good place, it might not be the best one for you or your kids' future. Marriage in real life is nothing like it's depicted in the movies. When you realize a little too late that you...

4 Signs Your Marriage Is Failing

Posted by The Firm | Feb 24, 2020 | 0 Comments

Most couples can't tell if they're headed for a divorce right away. It can take months, even years, before they realize that their marriage is in shambles and there's no other way out. Every marriage is unique, but there are some common warning signs of a marriage falling apart. If you can spot ...

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