Balancing your teen’s commitments with your visions & doing all that with a co-parent takes patience, flexibility, mutual understanding, and planning.
(4 min 14 sec read)
To connect with your child and give them a real experience they will remember forever you have to unplug your daily grind and plug into your child.
(3 min 28 sec read)
When we put the digital world on pause for these special carved out times, we send a strong message to children: “You matter to me”.
(5 min read)
Parents take into consideration what their kids want and balance that with what makes the most sense. See what to consider in your co-parenting relationship.
(2 min 6 sec read)
The title of ‘Stepmom’ can be such an unenviable one. One minute you are cool, the next you are unfriended or simply disregarded. Here are 5 tips that can help.
(5 min 35 sec read)
Parenting is a little scary. You do not have to do it alone. Create a trusted village to foster security in your child and a sense of well-being.
(3 min 36 sec read)
There are some co-parenting things that should be in court and some that should not. These three issues should not be taken to court, hear it from the judge.
(2 min 52 sec read)
This is real-talk from a Judge who sat almost 10 years on a family law assignment. Co-parenting issues vs. legal issues, what’s the difference?
(6 min 14 sec read)
How do you find the RIGHT lawyer for you and your separation and divorce? Here are some helpful tips from a retired family law judge.
(5 min 5 sec read)
When some parents are separating they can lose track of their North Star. They forget the guiding principles of child-centric decision making.
(4 min 29 sec read)
I would see similar challenges come through my court. From a family court judge’s perspective see what they are and how to present your story to a judge.
(3 min 16 sec read)
The negative self-talk is how you may be projecting yourself to the world. Those words become empowered and that is who you become. Learn to move past this!
(3 min 36 sec read)
Find out first hand, what judges are going through when they take a look at your family court case! Knowing that Judges are people too should help you prepare.
(5 min 3 sec read)
Custody schedules can take many forms because no two coParenting situations are the same. Below we examine the most common parenting plans.
(1 minute 36 seconds read)
Read more about how the grandparents can help your coParenting relationship and the important role they play in your child’s life. (4 min 3 sec read)