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?
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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)
Facing a custody battle with your soon-to-be-ex? Do everything you can to put on the brakes and try to resolve your issues outside of court. (2 min 27 sec read)
Family courts are not designed to understand the hidden dynamics of parent-child relationships because family courts have the same basic structure of all courts
(3 minutes 25 seconds read)
Most courts today, when it comes to custody battles, lean towards 50/50 physical custody, with more emphasis on the mother-child bond
(1 minute 51 seconds read)
coParenting involves traveling with your kids. Here are some tips from well-traveled dads for your next trip.
(6 minutes 34 seconds read)
CoParenting isn’t easy when the other parent is difficult. Mediation, family court, coParenting apps, and professional help all impacts your relationship.
(3 minutes 40 seconds read)
Getting your coParent to obey the court order. Read what Dr Jann suggests for coParents who are struggling to follow a court order.
(3 minutes 47 seconds read)
Custody battles are emotionally exhausting and leave you feeling paralyzed. Here are the tips to survive even the most aggressive custody battles.
(3 minutes 29 seconds read)
I saved tens of thousands of dollars and countless hours using the coParenter App to make parenting time and holiday schedules instead of going to family court.
(2 minutes 59 seconds read)
Learn the secret to lowering, and even eliminating, the costs associated with a divorce and child custody battle.
(3 minutes 36 seconds read)
Tips from a Judge on how to prepare for your upcoming family court custody case.
(3 minutes 02 seconds read)
Whether you are “self-representing” or have a lawyer, it is very important to appear flexible, managed, and moderate in all of your court hearings.
(3 minutes 19 seconds read)
Ironically, family courts often slip into this all-or-nothing thinking from the start of a case.
(1 minute 54 seconds read time)