Keeping Your Children Happy During A Divorce

Tips For A Smoother Divorce

It is not common for people to consider their divorces pleasant experiences; however, there are ways to make a divorce run a little smoother. If your spouse just initiated the divorce process, and you would like to make sure it runs smoothly, you may want to follow these tips. Build A Support System Around You Going through a divorce is not usually an easy event in life, and it is definitely not something you should go through alone. Read More 

Two Ways To Establish Parental Rights For Child Custody And Support

Although marriage between same-sex people has been legal since June 2015, gay and lesbian couples still face unique challenges in family courtrooms. In particular, when LGBT couples get divorced, child custody and support issues can become difficult to resolve because courts require people to establish they have parental rights to kids. This can be difficult if one spouse doesn't have biological or legal (via adoption) ties to the children. If this is a situation you're struggling with in your divorce, here are a couple of ways you can establish parental rights to the kids you have with your soon-to-be ex. Read More 

Child Custody Mediation: 4 Childhood Events & Activities That Can Impact Agreements

Figuring out a child custody agreement has a lot of different factors. Along with the parent's work schedules and a child's school schedules, there are many other factors in a child's life to consider. By breaking down different elements in a child's life, each parent can determine the best way to move forward with custody that also has the best interest of the child. Instead of going to court, you can work with a family law attorney through mediation sessions. Read More 

Teenagers & Child Custody: 4 Ways That Social Media Can Impact A Case

As your children grow older, they are likely branching out into the world of social media. While this is a great way to communicate and make friends, it can also have an impact on your family during a divorce case. When you are going through a custody battle or mediation with your spouse, your teenager's social media accounts can have a huge impact on the way that a case plays out. Read More 

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Keeping Your Children Happy During A Divorce

When it comes to divorce, one of the most challenging aspect is dealing with your children's feelings. They can feel abandoned, depressed, or guilty about the situation, which can affect their schoolwork or social life. Fortunately, divorce doesn't have to destroy your kid's well-being. When I went through my own divorce, I learned some very important skills that helped me to keep my kids content during the proceedings. This blog is all about focusing on your children and knowing how to protect them from a potentially contentious environment. Read more on this website, and feel free to share these articles with others.

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