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When is Divorce During the Holidays a Good Idea?

Divorce During HolidaysHolidays traditionally mean more family time. Yet, divorce may be on your mind this holiday season, and if it is, what should you do about it? There are usually two reasons people do not want to get a divorce during the holidays. First because they do not want to “ruin the last holiday together as a family”, and second because they do not want to engage in a battle during a time intended for peace, family, and love. Read More ›

Categories: Divorce

Can't Agree on Sending Children Back to School?—Seek Legal Counsel

If there is one thing that we have learned from the last six months, it is that the current pandemic has changed nearly all aspects of how we live our lives. One major issue that divides many is whether or not to send children back to school for in-person learning with COVID-19 continuing to surge across the country. Read More ›

Categories: Custody, Divorce

What do I do now that I have to follow COVID-19 related orders?

Father Leaving, Hugging DaughterThis blog has been updated with new information since its original publication. Due to rapidly changing laws and regulations surrounding COVID-19 matters, please consult your attorney or advisor for the latest information before taking any action.

You know that you want to see your child, but are uncertain of whether that is the right thing to do. Following the law means following orders. Co-parenting in today’s world means that orders include not only the Judge’s orders related to custody and parenting time in your case, but the Executive Orders of our Governor. Can doing what is right still mean doing something different? Read More ›

Categories: Custody, Post Judgement

Do I have to follow this Parenting Time Order?

Father Holding Son's HandYou may need an attorney’s assistance to help figure out whether the answer should be “No.” Ideally, you and the other parent are able to develop a good working relationship that limits the need for Court intervention, but whether you should both ignore the Court’s Order is another matter. Read More ›

Categories: Custody, Post Judgement