Co-parenting after divorce is never easy. Divorce comes with a lot of heartache for everyone, even when it is the best choice. And the constant back-and-forth of co-parenting can lead to even more stress. The keys to a good co-parenting agreement are flexibility and understanding, but how flexible? How understanding? Does the agreement need to be revisited…

Just 1 in 5 millennials have a will. Even some famous people, like Aretha Franklin, passed away without a will. Your estate may not be worth the $80 million that the Queen of Soul’s was. But that is no excuse, if you own any property or have any money to your name, you can get started…

Sixty percent of Americans admit to not having a will prepared.  Preparing a will is a task many people will put off because they believe they still have many years to live. But unless you can predict the future, you should prepare a will now just in case.  There are many important reasons for having a will.…

Over one-quarter of children in the U.S. live with one parent, while their other parent lives in another home. This shows how prevalent divorce and child custody cases are. If you’re a parent finding yourself in the middle of a child custody case, you may be confused about your parental rights and the uncertainty of…

You and your ex cannot get along. And you’ve finally decided that it’s time to go your separate ways. Trouble is, you can’t reach an agreement on the terms of the separation either. So, you ask for a temporary order. One of the most common mistakes divorcing couples make is disregarding a temporary order. That’s…

While millennials get blamed for a lot, one thing they can’t be blamed for is a rise in the divorce rate. That’s because, between 2008 and 2016, the rate dropped by more than 18 percent. Despite this, divorce is still occurring in an overwhelming number of marriages. And the overall divorce rate won’t matter much…

Around the country, nearly 3 million grandparents are raising their grandchildren instead of biological parents. This is so normal that judges and legal systems across the country know how to grant this custody in a standardized manner. IF you’re trying to figure out how to get custody of your grandchild, patience will be your ally…

Perjury is the act of lying under oath. And we all know from 5th grade civics class that this is a crime in and of itself. But, unfortunately, it’s incredibly common in family court, as well as court in general. It’s supposed to be punishable as a criminal act, and in a perfect world, all…