Divorce Blog2021-03-11T13:34:02-05:00
2701, 2023

How Long Does It Take to Get a Divorce?

January 27, 2023|

How long does it take to get a divorce? A very reasonable question for someone who has never gone through it. That’s just one of the many questions I am asked from clients about the length and detail of divorce. A divorce could be settled in 30 days, or it could last as long as 6-7 years. No one divorce [...]

1410, 2022

Getting a Divorce – It’s Not Black and White – You Have Options

October 14, 2022|

Divorce can be a very scary seven-letter word.  No one enters a marriage thinking they will have to deal with this, but should your marriage end in divorce you need to know your options when navigating a divorce and the things to consider. First, don’t panic. You need to make sure you are thinking with a clear head.  Regardless of [...]

707, 2022

Traveling Internationally with Your Children – What You Need to Know as A Divorced Parent

July 7, 2022|

School’s out for summer and you want to take your kids on a fun, memorable vacation.  Traveling inside the U.S. isn’t typically an issue, but what if you want to take an international trip and you are divorced or going through a divorce? The general answer is yes, you can take your child(ren) abroad; however, there are several very important [...]

2604, 2022

Custody, the Courts, and Medical Decisions

April 26, 2022|

When a couple gets divorced or parents that are never married but break up, their child custody agreement dictates who has decision-making authority for things such as education and medical issues. The parents need to follow the terms of their agreement or court may modify it. Of current importance, is a parent’s decision to vaccinate their child(ren), especially as we all face COVID. Recently, [...]

1703, 2022

Alcohol or Drug Use By A Parent May Impact Child Custody

March 17, 2022|

Substance abuse, whether it be drugs or alcohol, can affect whether a parent is able to gain, or retain, custody of their child or children.  If a court determines that a parent’s substance abuse presents a direct risk to a child that parent could be denied physical or legal custody. The challenge, however, is being able to prove the use [...]

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