child support

The pandemic made most aspects of life more complicated, including co-parenting. With the uncertainty and potential exposures to the virus, parenting has become more difficult than ever, especially for parents that are not together. Check out this quick guide on how COVID-19 might impact your...

The COVID-19 pandemic has transformed life as we know it. One group of people especially affected by the crisis are divorced parents. People had to figure out custody matters with children learning from home and transfer them from one home to another while social distancing....

It is not uncommon for stepparents and stepchildren to form close relationships over time. In fact, many children may consider a stepfather or stepmother as their true parental figure, and vice versa. Due to this, you may desire to adopt your stepchild so that you...

Parents must take care of their children no matter what—even when their relationship ends. When something traumatic happens, adults need to put their feelings aside to ensure that their children are okay. The reality is, the emotional impact of divorce on children is significant. Consequently,...

Most people assume that mothers get full custody of their children after a divorce. In the past, this sentiment was true, as courts believed that mothers were considered the primary caregivers, and consequently, were more capable of taking care of couple’s children. This view has...

Separation becomes even more challenging when children are involved. Parents must work together to formulate a cohesive co-parenting plan that prioritizes their child’s needs. However, the process is not as black and white as one may believe. There are differences between child custody appeal and...