Custody

What if I Need to Modify My Child Support Agreement?

What if I Need to Modify My Child Support Agreement?

The goal of any divorce settlement is that everyone would be happy and satisfied with the conditions of their settlement and that there would never need to be any future modifications.  But, unfortunately, we do not live in a utopia and, for various reasons, many individuals find that circumstances have changed and a child support…

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Structuring a Co-Parenting Schedule

Structuring a Co-Parenting Schedule

One of the hardest things to navigate in a divorce is determining how you will fairly and effectively co-parent your children.  What is always most important is finding a schedule and plan that is best for your children, first and foremost. Structuring a co-parenting schedule requires a fair amount of negotiation and with heightened emotions…

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2 Tips for Surviving and Thriving During Divorce Mediation

2 Tips for Surviving and Thriving During Divorce Mediation

Once you have decided to divorce, the next step is to begin the legal process. Often, people assume they must hire separate lawyers and spend months in court discussing personal and private details and going through the emotionally-draining divorce process. However, there is a much better alternative that can save you time, money, and emotional…

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Importance of a Legally-Binding Co-Parenting Agreement

Importance of a Legally-Binding Co-Parenting Agreement

Whether you were married or not, if you have decided to separate from your spouse and you had children together you need a legally binding co-parenting agreement. Many people decide for various reasons to try to agree about a co-parenting plan without drafting and signing anything that is legally binding, but this is a mistake….

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3 Tips for Talking to Your Children About Divorce

3 Tips for Talking to Your Children About Divorce

Telling your children that you and your spouse are divorcing is never easy. Whether they are toddlers or teens, and whether they are aware that this may be coming or not, it is a difficult thing to tell children because every child reacts differently. But, while it is difficult, it must be done and it…

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Divorce Document Preparation

Divorce Document Preparation

There are many divorce circumstances in which a separating couple agree on most things and do not need mediation, they simply need their divorce to be legal.  For any couple in this position, a great option is a divorce document preparation service because it will save you time and money.  While all divorce document preparation…

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Grief’s Impact on Divorce Mediation

Grief’s Impact on Divorce Mediation

Often, when we think of divorce, we envision the driving emotion that causes contention to be anger.  But, it is important to understand grief’s impact on the divorce process.  Even though you are parting ways as a couple, effective communication can make the divorce process much quicker and easier for everyone.  But, when one or…

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Settling Child Custody Disputes with a Mediator

Settling Child Custody Disputes with a Mediator

Custody provisions as part of a divorce settlement include both child support payments and time-sharing agreements. If the children involved are younger at the time of the divorce, the arrangements will need to be revisited as the children grow up. Using a mediator to settle child custody disputes can be beneficial to helping your children…

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Make Changes to Your Parenting Time With Mediation

Make Changes to Your Parenting Time With Mediation

Custody agreements often need to change with the ever-changing needs of the child and family. Ideally, both parents would agree on the arrangements, but in reality that rarely happens. Going through the courts to resolve a dispute can be costly and time-consuming. Sometimes, finding a solution involves getting the parties together to discuss the logistics….

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How to Prepare For Custody Disputes in a Divorce

How to Prepare For Custody Disputes in a Divorce

When children are involved in a divorce it can significantly complicate the process as the parents must first look out for the best interest of the children. While you would ideally be able to come to an agreement about custody, when there is disagreement about how to proceed there are options which don’t require a…

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Child Custody Modification

Child Custody Modification

Child Custody Modification During a divorce that involves minor children, you and your spouse came to an agreement about child custody (now known as “legal decision-making).  This agreement pertained to the making of major life decisions for children about their education, medical needs, religious training and personal care. But later on, there may come a…

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