June 2016 Archives

Make your parenting plan with an eye on the future

Typically, when a couple divorces, it is because it is the best option available. But it is important to understand that the decisions that are made during the divorce process can have long-term effects. And although asset division is finalized once the final decree is signed, issues regarding child custody and visitation may continue until a child reaches adulthood.

Divorcing a 'complicated' spouse

Divorce is rarely an easy decision. It can be stressful, painful and exhausting even under the best of circumstances. It makes you worry about your future and your children. How will you make ends meet? What will custody look like? How much will this whole ordeal cost you?

What should parents consider when making vacation plans?

Summer means fun, especially for children who are free from having to go to school during the upcoming months. Summer can be fun for parents who welcome the opportunity to spend more time with their children. For divorced parents who are sharing custody, summer also means planning. It is important for parents to get on the same page in regards to vacation schedules.

Father's Day is the story of a daughter's love

Every year on the third Sunday of June, we celebrate Father's Day. It is a day for thanking fathers for their love, support, companionship and guidance. While Father's Day may have always been a part of your life, have you ever wondered how the tradition started? Well, it actually began with a daughter who felt fathers should have the same kind of observance that already existed for mothers.

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