Book Review: Divorce Bootcamp for Low- and Moderate-Income Women

For those of you who read my blog for custody litigation information, this book review is for you. DIVORCE BOOTCAMP FOR LOW- AND MODERATE-INCOME WOMEN, A STEP-BY-STEP GUIDE TO NAVIGATING DIVORCE by Anna T. Merrill, Esq., does just what it says. … Continued

Set Your Kids Free on Independence Day

I’m back. Did you miss me? Thank you for being so patient with my absenteeism from the blog the last two or three weeks. My dad had knee replacement surgery and my mom doesn’t really drive anymore. Don’t ask me … Continued

Respect: An Integral Element of Co-Parenting

Basically co-parenting boils down to “cooperative parenting” or parenting together. It is a firmly held belief with professionals that children fare better when parents can minimize any trauma during and after their divorce and can communicate, cooperate, and compromise with … Continued

Don’t Use Your Kids to Communicate With Your Ex

A friend reported over-hearing a conversation between a mother and child recently. The mother was telling the child to tell her father things that basically the mother should have been discussing with him. And the child was telling the mom … Continued

Social Media Is Not Always Your Friend

Facebook, twitter, and myspace can all be fun and entertaining. They have their uses. They’re great tools for building a business platform. Facebook is an excellent way to stay in touch or even get back in touch with family and … Continued