Deciding what’s best for your kids when it comes to residential arrangements and handling transitions productively are some of the most difficult aspects of separation and divorce.
Legal separation can have many benefits over divorce. In this post we answer the questions we see most often about legal separation and what to consider when dicing on legal separation versus divorce.
Most people assume there are only 2 types of divorce: a mediated divorce or a litigated divorce. There are actually more and each divorce option has its pros and cons. In this post, we summarize your divorce options in Connecticut.
According to a recent survey, paid paternity leave is a benefit families want. But, only 14% of U.S. companies offer paid paternity leave. In this post, we look at what’s holding companies back form offering paid paternity leave.
This is the second in a multi-part series on practical steps parents can take when talking to children about divorce. These blog posts are based on the book “Kids First: What Kids Want Grown-Ups to Know about Separation and Divorce”.
After a divorce, holidays can be extremely difficult. Painful memories of good times or bad times are common around holidays. As part of your and your children’s healing process, it is vital that you create new traditions and memories.
Most parents are well intentioned and want to do the right thing by their children. However, sometimes parents don’t know what to do or say when going through a divorce. In this post we discuss what divorce and separation feels like to children and how to talk to your children about divorce.
Other than child custody, how to value and divide a business is one of the most contentious issues in a divorce. One or both spouses can put huge amount of time and energy into building a business and attempts to divide it fairly can be a source of conflict in a divorce.
Many parents fear that they will not be able to maintain a relationship with their children after divorce or separation. While it is true that the relationship will change, the good news is that you can make the relationship with your children stronger. With some effort you can strengthen your relationships with your children. Here are some ideas:
A successful divorce mediator wears many hats in the divorce process. Following are some of the more fundamental and important responsibilities.