Showing 3 posts from 2022.
Thoughtful Holiday Parenting Time Scheduling is Key to Happy Holidays for Your Kids
Holidays are chaotic to begin with but adding in a parenting time schedule during divorce or custody proceedings increases the stress level to the breaking point. Read More ›
Categories: Co-Parenting, Custody
How to Protect Your Business When the Marriage Fails
Complicated divorces are less than ideal. A business in the mix invites potential complications.
A family-owned small business that is part of one spouse’s family fabric may even serve as revenue for more than just the divorcing couple. During a divorce, analyzing the business’ books may feel akin to analyzing the lives of the business owners and their family.
With years of experience helping clients navigate separations, our family law team at Foster Swift have put together some important things to know when it comes to divorces that involve a business. Read More ›
Categories: Did you Know?, Divorce, Post Judgement
How to Put Your Children First in Co-Parenting
Separation, and ultimately divorce in some cases, can be one of the hardest things that a couple who once shared a life together can endure. For some, the once happy memories are now replaced with hostility and contempt. But when children are involved, the one aspect more difficult than the divorce itself, is successfully co-parenting children together. How do you successfully raise children with someone who is no longer part of your life, someone whom you may have even grown to dislike? As family law attorney Jackie Dupler explains, the answer is quite simple, "You have to love your kids, more than you hate your ex!" Read More ›
Categories: Co-Parenting, Custody, Divorce