Custody Battles and Gifted Children

May 26, 2020

All parents take pride in watching their children learn and grow.  Helping your child to understand the world around them and acquire the abilities necessary to become a talented adult is one of the most rewarding experiences a parent can have.  Although in a perfect world, parents will agree on what is best for the […]

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My Child Wants to Live With Me Now – How Do We Make That Happen?

May 22, 2020

Any parent can tell you that the only constant about their children is that they are always changing. When a child is born, he or she will have very different needs and preferences than even two years later. During a divorce or separation, you and the other parent will work together to create a custody […]

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Parenting Time Expediter

April 10, 2020

Parenting time and custody issues are uppermost in any parent’s mind when facing a divorce.  Fortunately, the vast majority of cases are settled before the final hearing, and the parents are likely to enter into a parenting plan outlining their rights and responsibilities with respect to the child.  Even when the parents carefully craft a […]

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Parenting Consultants

April 9, 2020

Divorce is never easy.  The emotional and financial turmoil that comes along with divorce and custody issues can be significant.  Child custody and parenting time are frequently at the very center of divorce cases, as most parents have very definite opinions about what type of custody and parenting time arrangement is best for the children.  […]

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Common Red Flags for Parental Alienation

April 6, 2020

Divorce and custody cases are difficult for everyone involved, even if the case is settled without the necessity of going to court.  Ending a relationship and moving forward with a new stage of life can be challenging, especially if you share children with your soon-to-be former spouse or significant other.  In the optimal situation, the […]

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My Child Doesn’t Want to Go to Parenting Time With the Other Parent – Now What?

February 28, 2020

Separation or divorce is always challenging for everyone involved, especially if the parties share children.  The children will have to adjust to the “new normal” of going back and forth between two houses, having two sets of rules, and two different homes.  This adjustment can be challenging for children even during the most amicable and […]

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Overbearing Grandparents – Protecting Your Family from Grandparent Visitation Actions

February 25, 2020

Providing a home for your child that is full of love and support is part of your primary job as a parent.  You work hard to make sure your child’s environment is the best possible that you can provide, and that he or she is thriving.  In the best situations, this positive environment will include […]

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Relocation When You Are Not the Primary Custodial Parent

February 24, 2020

Every family is different, and so every family law case is also different.  That said, there are similarities in many cases, one of which is that circumstances change after the case is over.  One of the most common changes is that one or both of the parents of shared children will need or want to […]

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Taxes and Dependents

February 20, 2020

Divorce or separation can be a difficult and complicated process.  There are many important considerations, not least of which is what type of parenting schedule will be best for the children you share with your spouse or partner.  One of the more challenging aspects of settling your parenting issues or even getting it ready for […]

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When Right of First Refusal Goes Wrong

February 17, 2020

Adjusting after a divorce or separation is difficult for everyone involved, and there are many moving parts.  You and your former spouse or partner will have to both think about a new budget, a new place to live, and sometimes even a new career.  If you share children with your spouse or partner, you will […]

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