To Ex Parte or Not to Ex Parte?

By | Child Custody, Child Support, Divorce, Domestic Violence, Family Law, Legal, Spousal Support/Alimony

In family law, tension runs high and a lot of the time a party’s action is fueled by emotion, sometimes causing a “domino-effect” of sorts or triggering retaliation from their husband/wife. The Family Court identifies and assists parties (and their children) on an immediate basis if the need rises to the level of an emergency. But what exactly is an “emergency” in Family Law?

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How Divorced Parents Can Help Their Children Survive the Holidays

By | Child Custody, Divorce, Family Law, Holidays, Legal

In light of the holiday season, we researched articles on how divorce affects children during the holidays. We came across a wonderful article titled, “How Divorced Parents Can Help Their Children Survive the Holidays,” written by author Christina McGhee. You can read the original article by clicking the link below:…

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