Happy Father’s Day! To all the great dads in our world. And, to the dads who want to be with their kids today but can’t – because of custody disputes, or work, or death, or deployment, or deportation, or first responders on duty today, or those with not-yet-finalized adoptions – you’re in our hearts today. […]
Attorney Autumn Hancock answering your questions about Timesharing and Parenting Exchanges during a shelter in place.
COVID-19 Question of the Day Q: Can I take my required parent education class online since we’re social distancing? A: Not yet. While this is a valid concern, this has not been approved across the board by our judges yet. Given the current circumstances, we are able to file a Motion to ask the Judge […]
7 Tips for Co-Parenting with Your Ex As attorneys who’ve worked with divorcing and separating families for years, we think this is the hardest part for clients – CO-PARENTING. Now that you are separated or divorced, it is so important to your children that you can find some common ground with their other parent. We […]
8 Books to Read During Your Divorce We often hear clients say that they feel completely alone during their divorce or feel that no one understands what they’re going through. Other clients feel unprepared and don’t know how to effectively protect their children or themselves from the difficult situations that arise during this transition. Here […]
7 Ways to Move Past Hate Martin Luther King once said that “Hate is too great a burden to bear”, and this proves to be true even after a great loss. We all know that sometimes don’t work out – marriages, intimate relationships, and friendships. Hate is most often steeped in the idea that we […]