Month: May 2018

Grandparents Visitation Rights

Part 2: 5 more ways to ease kids’ transition in divorce

In a recent post, we discussed an article by noted California-based clinical psychologist Joan B. Kelly, Ph.D., which is an excellent overview of how separated parents can help make the transition go more smoothly for their children. The previous post...

May 30, 2018
Grandparents Visitation Rights

Changing passwords is important during divorce

It’s long been a recommended practice to change the locks on the doors of the family house during divorce. This is particularly applicable when the split was not an amicable one. Now in the modern era where digital privacy is...

May 22, 2018
Grandparents Visitation Rights

Judge criticized for creating parental alienation

The state appeals court in Pennsylvania has criticized a family court judge for keeping a child in foster care after it received no explanation from the parents for the child’s broken ribs. According to an article in ABA Journal, the...

May 17, 2018
Family Law

How to start your prenup conversation

You know that you want a prenuptial agreement. You've known it for years, since before you even met your significant other. It just seems smart to you. It protects you financially in a divorce. You have seen the divorce statistics,...

May 16, 2018
Family Law

Five ways to ease kids’ transition in divorce

The process of going through divorce is one of the most challenging experiences that many couples face. Yet while spouses need to pick up the pieces of their lives, figure out their new financial reality and still be a good...

May 11, 2018
Family Law

Financially prepare for divorce as you get ready to file

You want to divorce your spouse. There's no longer room for discussion or compromise. The marriage is over. Perhaps your spouse was unfaithful or subjected you to physical and emotional abuse. Regardless of the reason, you know it's done.Your instinct...

May 8, 2018
Grandparents Visitation Rights

Parents who owe back child support may be denied passports

Summer is coming up—it’s the perfect time for a vacation. But you might have to keep your travels local if you owe back child support. This is because parents who have a certain amount of unpaid child support may be...

May 4, 2018