How to Get More Parenting Time With Your Child
As a divorced or soon-to-be divorced parent, one of your biggest priorities is likely ensuring you have the most time as possible with your child. When drafting a custody agreement, our clients always have the same question, “How much time will I get to spend with my kid?” It’s a great question and one attorneys…Read More
What Is Coercive Control?
When it comes to discord in marriages, everyone is likely to agree that domestic violence makes the top of the list for reasons to get out. It sounds so simple, doesn’t it? Depending on the type of domestic violence you or a loved one is subjected to, it can be terribly difficult to just pack…Read More
Is There Financial Assistance for Tennessee Adoptions?
Building your family through adoption is exciting, but it can be expensive. We know that you know that not everyone who adopts is required to be well off, and that it’s more important that a child experience a loving family than take weekly winter ski trips or attends a private school. Still, even if you…Read More
Understanding the Role of Your Guardian Ad Litem
Any time a custody dispute arises it can be a scary thing – not just for parents, but also extended family members. Facing the prospect of losing custody of your child or even having the amount of time you can see your child decided by someone else can cause a lot of stress and strain…Read More
Dating After Divorce – Tips for Parents
After a marriage ends, both parties typically work hard on moving on with their lives. Finalizing a divorce provides closure to a broken relationship. When a couple has children together, however, lines of communication must remain open and ex-spouses must stay in touch. If you are thinking about dating again, it is important to keep…Read More
What Happens to a Child Custody Order When One Parent Has to Move?
The saying that it’s a small world is truer now than ever before. Technology has made the globe seem a lot closer and much more accessible than it used to be. It’s caused many more people to satisfy their feelings of wanderlust. It’s also made it much easier to wrap your mind around moving across…Read More
What Are Some Good Apps for Co-Parenting?
Parenting can be a challenge in two-parent households. After a divorce, those challenges are often exacerbated, even if the divorce is amicable and the parents fundamentally agree on how they wish to parent their children. For couples whose divorce is contentious, or who have trouble communicating effectively, co-parenting may prove even more difficult. To this…Read More
Advice for Remarrying Your Spouse
You reconciled and that’s great! Couples do divorce and then realize they made a mistake. It’s not easy remarrying someone but second marriages to the same spouse can work. Some of the reasons spouses decide that they want to get back together include: Couples may not realize what they meant to each other until they…Read More
How to Avoid a Stressful Holiday Season
The holiday season can be difficult enough to get through simply due to the high volume of traffic, the crowds in the stores, and money spent on gifts and food. It can be downright overwhelming and stressful if you are a divorced parent. There’s so much that goes into making the holidays amazing for your…Read More
Your Divorce and the Family Pet – Who Gets the Dog?
Pets are part of the family. They provide unconditional love, make us laugh, and are always by our side. Many of us consider our pets our furry children. If you’re one of those people, and are preparing to go through a divorce, then it’s important you think about your pet. During the divorce process, when…Read More