The Lasting Effects Of Talking Bad About Your Ex

Posted: 01/29/2013 12:17 pm EST by Marina Sbrochi The Lasting Effects Of Talking Bad About Your Ex Talking negatively about your ex has lasting effects on your children. How do I know? I have been collecting stories from children and adult children… Read more »

How To Make School Your Child’s Ally After Divorce

By Rosalind Sedacca Returning to school after their parents have separated or divorced can be difficult for any child. You can ease the transition, however, by opening the door to the many resources available to you through the school. The key here… Read more »

Six Don’ts When Divorcing With Children!

Parents Beware: Six Don’ts When Divorcing With Children! By Rosalind Sedacca, CCT on Talking about divorce to your children is tough. You don’t want to make errors you will regret.  There are many common mistakes parents make at this… Read more »

Does Adultery Affect a Divorce Case?

By Andrew Chow, Esq. on April 16, 2012 5:04 AM, on A spouse’s adultery, once discovered, can lead to arguments, resentment, and even divorce. But do courts look less favorably upon an adulterer in a divorce case? Generally, no — thanks to… Read more »

Do The Struggles Of Co-Parenting Ever End?

By Terry Gaspard, Featured Journalist on – July 07, 2014 A snippet from the article, Do The Struggles Of Co-Parenting Ever End? …. while co-parenting is the best decision for children, it takes two special parents to navigate this arrangement over time…. Read more »

What To Do When The Bad Outweighs The Good In A Marriage

By Terry Gaspard, Featured Journalist for – June 27, 2014 Factors such as betrayal, poor communication, or a lack of emotional attunement can lead to one or both partners questioning whether or not they should end the relationship. So, What To Do When The… Read more »

When It’s Too Expensive To Split

original post: Aug 16, 2010 by James Zisa According to North Carolina Lawyer’s Weekly, “[t]he collapse of the real estate market and the effects of the recession have thrown the once relatively predictable practice of family law into turmoil, with attorneys having to… Read more »