When children are involved in a divorce there are many steps that need to be taken and many questions that need to be answered.
How do we tell the kids?
How do we get through this without tearing the family apart?
What is “nesting”?
Join us March 2, at 9 a.m. to get the answers to these questions and many… Read More
The guiding principle which is going to determine whether or not the court approves a parental relocation is if the move is within the best interest of the child. The court of law will consider these:
Reason for move
Age of child
Educational, psychological, and religious needs of child
Proximity of new location to other members of the family
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Valentine’s Day is an occasion to experience and share love. But what if you’re thinking about divorce, in the middle of divorce, or recently divorced? What does Valentine’s Day mean to you?
You might be uncertain of how you feel and that’s OK. It might be just another day, memories – good or bad – might arise, or it might… Read More
By Lynn Waldman and Shawn Skillin
Many clients ask us if they have to leave or sell their home when they get a divorce.
The answer is not always clear!
It’s complicated, so there are many factors that we consider when we are advising our clients how to handle the family home.
Here are a few questions and thoughts we… Read More
When going through a divorce there are many questions that may come up regarding alimony.
What determines your alimony payment?
My friend gets _____ for support, why isn’t mine that much?
How long must alimony be paid?
Find out the answers to these questions and more when you join us for our next Divorce Options Workshop, February 2.
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The transition from marriage to divorce may be daunting on parents, but kids might have their own concerns in regard to the divorce process. The family dynamic is being changed in a big way; therefore, they might have fears and concerns in regard to this huge life change. Both parents are well served by sustaining a sense of security within… Read More
San Diego, CA — (SBWIRE) — 11/20/2018 – The three-hour program is for families with and without children, formally married or not, and same gender and opposite genders couples. Attorneys with the CFLGSD will explain the divorce process and what to expect along the way.
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If you are thinking about divorce and have questions regarding how to tell your spouse, please join us for our next Divorce Options Workshop, January 5.
Learn more about our workshops and RSVP here.
We look forward to seeing you on Saturday, January 5, at 9 a.m.… Read More
Your heart knows it is time. Your brain knows it is time. But you have been unable to share with your spouse that you want a divorce.
Here are some suggestions we share with our clients to help facilitate this problematic conversation:
Be 100% sure you want a divorce!
Don’t start this conversation if you have any doubts or are… Read More
Going through a divorce can be difficult, especially when children are involved. That’s why it’s important to get the professional help necessary. Get answers to your questions, learn how to talk to your children about your divorce, next steps and much more when you join us for our Divorce Options Workshop, December 1.
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