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Divorce and Your Health

Author: Carolyn B. Hand

Getting a divorce is one of the most stressful life events you can go through, as stressful as the death of a spouse or child. There are studies that show that...

Can Addicts Get Custody?

Author: Rosanne S. DeTorres

If your ex is an addict, you may be very concerned about your child’s safety and worried that your ex might get custody or unsupervised visitation. Addiction...

What You Need to Know About Child Abuse and Custody

Author: Erin D. DeGeorge

The sexual-abuse allegations against Woody Allen by his daughter Dylan Farrow made national news last year and have turned the spotlight on child abuse and...

Ways for Non-Custodial Parents to Stay Involved

Author: Caitlin DeGuilo Toker

In most custody cases, one parent will be named as the custodial parent, which is the parent with whom the child will live most of the time. The other parent...

Religion and Child Custody

Author: Carolyn B. Hand

What religion your child is raised in can be an important decision during marriage. After a divorce or custody case, this issue can become even more...

Remarriage After Divorce

Author: Rosanne S. DeTorres

Children often fantasize about their parents remarrying after divorce. Getting back together with your ex is likely something that has crossed your mind as...

Avoiding Post-Divorce Pitfalls

Author: Erin D. DeGeorge

Once your divorce is over and you are moving forward with your life, you may feel your worries are over. This is a new chapter in your life and a time for...

Children’s Expenses and Child Support

Author: Caitlin DeGuilo Toker

Your child-support order specifies a set amount that is to be paid by one parent to the other, usually from the non-custodial parent to the custodial parent....

The Benefits of Sharing Holidays After Divorce

Author: Carolyn B. Hand

Many parenting plans create a holiday schedule that either gives each parent specific holidays every year or creates a schedule that alternates holidays...

Unscheduled Parenting Time

Author: Rosanne S. DeTorres

Your parenting plan creates the schedule for how you and the other parent will share time with your child. Your plan may be very specific and list definite...

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Parenting Plan Modification

Parents can’t relax just because they have a custody order and a well-crafted parenting plan. Circumstances often change. The children develop new needs. Divorced spouses develop new relationships. Changes to an existing parenting plan may be necessary. Parents can agree to a parenting plan...

July 20, 2021 Read More

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Divorcing an Emotionally Abusive Husband

Divorcing an emotionally abusive husband requires a lot of preparation and hard work. You need to admit that your spouse is being abusive. Abuse isn’t just limited to physical abuse. There are many types of emotional abuse that don’t leave physical scars but do leave psychological scars. You...

July 15, 2021 Read More

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Ask For a Divorce Peacefully

Many marriages fail to work out. The causes vary from infidelity to life changes to financial problems. All you know is that you don’t want to stay with your spouse anymore.  The marriage just isn’t working. So, how do you ask for a divorce peacefully? How do you start a divorce conversation...

July 13, 2021 Read More

Divorce: The Answers you Need – Before, During & After

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