What's in the best interest of the children?
Finally coming out of a relationship that for whatever reason has run its course, should feel less like an ending than a new beginning. Many of us might want to draw a line between our old married existence and the life ahead by moving away.
Difficulties in parents' relationships have an impact on their adult children, even those living on their own. The influence isn't always negative.
If you are getting divorced or are already divorced, it is easy to focus on the conflict and make bad decisions. Don't lose sight of the big picture when it comes to your children.
Parenting arrangements have changed with the times, and these days, we see our clients choosing all different kinds of options.
"He's only one. He won't remember the divorce. He'll be fine." If you've made this statement, you're partially right. He won't remember any details of the divorce.
On September 15, 2017, four major changes will take effect that offer relief and balance for both parents.
The new Child Support Guidelines (Guidelines) include a new section to deal exclusively with college or other post-secondary educational expenses.
It seems many of the resources on the Internet are geared for parents with young children. Parents with teenage children often face even trickier challenges.