Parenting

Let Your Children Be Children

Bohm Wildish :: Divorce Advice – The new year is underway and your divorce is recently finalized. The next few months are challenging and pivotal. Marriage and family therapist Marie Hartwell-Walker, Ed.D. recently outlined one of the biggest mistakes recently divorced parents make in a HuffPost Divorce article we thought we’d share.

Bouncing Back from a Divorce

Abandonment, excessive fighting, religious conflicts, irreconcilable differences and infidelity are all reasons couples divorce, and the list goes on. Whatever the reason, your life after divorce may become very challenging. You might feel lost, depressed, or insecure and it might be tough to be around friends in happy marriages.

Divorce Advice for Co-Parents: How To Get Your Fair Share This Summer

You are divorced, you’ve “lost” your spouse (and babysitter!) and you’re dealing with kids at home during the summer (or at least living in your home for part of the time). Yes, it is a summer of no love and you aren’t loving it. How can you make sure you are getting your fair share …

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A Divorce Attorney Can Help You Get Full Parental Rights

California Divorce Divorce is rarely easy or simple, but children in the relationship complicate the legal and emotional processes exponentially. Having a child automatically obligates both parties to assume responsibility for his/her wellbeing, and it also entitles each to parental rights under the law. Rights and responsibilities are inextricably intertwined, but they can be made …

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Courts Have the Power to Restrict Parents Speech

AN ORDER RESTRAINING A PARENT FROM “INTERFERING” WITH THE OTHER PARENT’S PARENTING TIME IS NEITHER AMBIGUOUS NOR UNCONSTITUTIONALLY OVERBROAD. In family law cases, courts have the power to restrict speech to promote the welfare of the children. Irmo Hartmann (2010) ___ Cal.App.4th ___(CA 2/6 – Opinion filed June 23, 2010) In a recent divorce and …

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