It is usually beneficial for children to have at least two parents apiece who are invested in their well being. It often gives kids strength and confidence to see their parents in the audience, on the sidelines and in the crowd during special events. ... » Learn More about Preparing to see your co-parent at your child’s special events
Rarely does anyone walk into a divorce, child custody, domestic violence or child support hearing actively hoping that the judge will uphold an unfair result. In matters of family law, participants generally hope that issues are resolved fairly. ... » Learn More about The issue of fairness in family law disputes
In recent years, the stigma associated with signing prenuptial agreements has faded dramatically. Once believed to be either bad luck or a necessary protective measure for the uber-wealthy, prenuptial agreements are now widely utilized by couples ... » Learn More about Prenuptial agreements: Predictors of peace or power plays?
When couples decide to marry, it suddenly seems as if every family member, friend and colleague feels the need to pass along advice for the road ahead. For better and for worse, most people do not react in the same way to news that a couple has ... » Learn More about What divorce ‘survivors’ already know
The decision to propose ending a marriage often plays out nothing like choosing to propose marriage. When proposing marriage, one person generally plots and plans and asks the single question in an extravagant way. When couples choose to divorce, ... » Learn More about Should you file for divorce before your spouse does?
When you choose to have a child with someone, you hope that they will love it and cherish it and act in its best interests with the same sense of urgency that you do. However, life generally and parenthood specifically are complicated. And there may ... » Learn More about An introduction to parental alienation and child custody
The stresses of divorce, separation or general detachment from your child's other parent can seem overwhelming in the immediate aftermath of the decision to go your separate ways. However, these stresses generally tend to fade exponentially over ... » Learn More about Navigating co-parenting challenges with grace
Money is one of the most hotly contested issues between married couples. When the use of joint income is at stake, tempers can flare and unkind words can pass between otherwise loving partners. Chances are that you and your significant other were ... » Learn More about When you and your fiancé or spouse approach money quite differently
Narcissism is a recognized condition that goes beyond the perception that an individual is self-involved. Though many narcissists go undiagnosed, this condition is serious and can inspire serious challenges when the spouse of a narcissist seeks a ... » Learn More about Protecting assets when the spouse you are divorcing is a narcissist
Parental divorce can be difficult for every member of the affected family. However, when the divorce involves child custody and relocation to another country, resolution of custody disputes can be particularly challenging. In a recent case argued ... » Learn More about Supreme Court weighs international child custody issue