While the practice is becoming less common as societal trends shift, one spouse typically takes the last name of the other spouse. Furthermore, when a couple has a child, the individual will typically assume the same last name as the couple. However, if a couple in this situation has a divorce, the question that may … Read more
The 2016 holiday season is officially here. While usually a chaotic (but joyous!) time, the holidays can bring about additional challenges for divorced couples as they try to figure out how to juggle co-parenting responsibilities during this festive time of year.
A divorce involving children can be an incredibly difficult experience, especially when it comes to learning how to co-parent effectively.
As a custodial parent, one of your primary goals is to promote a healthy and active relationship between your child and your ex-spouse.
It’s that time of year again: the weather is cooling down, days are becoming a little shorter, and kids are going back to school.
New York State requires a non-custodial parent to help with child rearing costs during, and after, a divorce or child custody action.
Choosing to become a stay-at-home parent is an admirable decision, but it is one that requires special consideration.
As discussed previously, divorce effects all children differently.
Mother’s Day can be difficult for divorced parents, especially mothers.