Divorce can be a trying time.
Divorce cases can become exponentially more difficult if children are involved, since there are issues surrounding child custody, visitation, and support that must be addressed.
Agreeing on a child custody plan is one of the hardest components of divorce.
Parents who are in the beginning stages of ending their relationship should strive to have an amicable, child centered divorce.
Regardless of how good intentions between parties may be at the start of a child custody action, there is always the possibility of emotions turning sour, minds being changed, or other unexpected circumstances (such as the emergency relocation of one party) that will impact the proceedings.
Domestic violence is a major issue that plagues unhealthy relationships, and in extreme circumstances, can even become life threatening.
An unidentified woman is being accused of kidnapping after she took her child from its father during a heated custody dispute.
Making the transition from summertime fun to a regimented school schedule can be difficult for both children and parents, especially if the parents are divorced.
New York State legislatures voted to increase the number of Family Court judges on Thursday, June 19th, and Friday, June 20th.
A divorce can be taxing, and while it can be convenient to turn to your children for support, you should make it a point to use someone else as a shoulder to cry on.