What Every Parent Should Know Before Filing for Divorce

Turning inward is the best thing we can do while in conflict with our ex Welcome to my 3rd installment in this series entitled What Every Parent Should Know Before Filing for Divorce. In my 1st post, I discussed how It’s All About The Kids. In my 2nd post, I shared how It’s A Legal Fiction. Now, I’ll discuss how to deal with conflict when you are going through divorce. Divorce conflict is the worst kind of Read More

What Every Parent Should Know Before Filing for Divorce

They’re always listening . . . This post is the second in my series of posts - What Every Parent Should Know Before Filing for Divorce. We will be exploring 4 topics areas that I, as a 15-year divorce trial attorney and as a twice-divorced mom of 6 (yes, 6) kids, feel are critical for parents to understand before they file for divorce. #2 - Divorce is a legal fiction I remember the exact place and time that Read More

What Every Parent Should Know Before Filing for Divorce

This post kicks off the first in my series of posts - What Every Parent Should Know Before Filing for Divorce. We will be exploring 4 topics areas that I, as a 15 year divorce trial attorney and as a twice divorce mom of 6 (yes, 6) kids, feel are critical for parents to understand before they file for divorce. #1 - It’s All About The Kids . . . Child in the middle . . . I’ve consulted with a lot of parents Read More

Parenting Orders and Covid-19

Welcome to this first series of posts addressing the highly relevant question of “do I have to follow the parenting plan and give my kids back to my ex?” This is a common question because parents are justifiably worried about the Corona – COVID-19 Virus and are being told to “shelter in place” and only travel if necessary. Most parenting plans don’t address national emergencies. So, it’s easy for a parent to feel in Read More