Divorce Blog2021-03-11T13:34:02-05:00
2809, 2021

When COVID Complicates A Divorce, What Do You Do?

September 28, 2021|

COVID is now part of our daily lives – from what we hear, to what we see, to what we do.  For some families going through the divorce process COVID has become an added source of tension. Arguments about which COVID precautions should be implemented for a child and to what degree, along with whether to have a child vaccinated, [...]

2907, 2021

Lessons For Heading Back to School

July 29, 2021|

While we don’t want to admit it, the kids will be heading back to school sooner rather than later. As parents we want to make sure our children have a great experience, both at school and at home, but as a divorced family there may be some extra boxes to check off on that back-to-school list. Both parents should be [...]

3006, 2021

Packing Your Emotions for Your First Summer Vacation as A Divorced Parent

June 30, 2021|

By Debra L. Rubin The kids are out of school and summer is here, but if this is your first summer as a divorced family, navigating vacations can be tricky. Whenever possible, it is best to approach any situation between you and your ex with an open line of communication and a mutual respect for each other’s time with your [...]

1006, 2021

Don’t Let Your Custody Agreement Heat Up This Summer

June 10, 2021|

By Gayle Rosenblum Custody arrangements can truly be stress-free if the lines of communication between both parents are kept open. Here are some tips to keep your summer smooth and stress-free: It is important to plan ahead. Talk to your ex about your plans and their plans this summer for the child(ren) in advance.  If there are conflicts, suggest solutions.  [...]

2004, 2021

When Is the Right Time to Bring Your Significant Other Home to Your Kids?

April 20, 2021|

By Debra L. Rubin Your marriage is over, your divorce is almost finalized, but your social life has moved on and now there is someone new in your life.  Great for you, but a reason to exercise caution around your children. So, when is the right time to introduce a significant other to your children?  There is no exact moment [...]

1204, 2021

Recreational Marijuana – Nothing Changes, You Still Need to Act as a Responsible Parent

April 12, 2021|

On March 31, Governor Andrew Cuomo signed legislation (S.854-A/A.128-A) legalizing recreational marijuana use in New York State.  It is now legal for adults 21 years and older to smoke, ingest or consume cannabis products, or give them to other people of the same legal age, with certain restrictions on quantities.  The bill also allows for up to five pounds of cannabis to [...]

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