Archives for: February 5th, 2016

Six Questions Most People Ask About Co-Parenting After Divorce

February 5, 2016

— Rachel K. Miller, Attorney at Law, Richardson Bloom & Lines LLC The divorce is final.  You are no longer husband and wife.  Is your relationship finished?  If you have children, absolutely not!  You and your former spouse will be connected for the rest of your lives.  Your relationship will continue indefinitely.  One of the most difficult […]

Happy New Year? You’ve Got to be Kidding

January 20, 2016

The first year following a divorce presents numerous challenges for the newly divorced. It is especially difficult for divorced parents to navigate that first holiday season.  Not only do family members have to deal with the typical holiday stressors (family demands and financial strain), but also face changing long-standing traditions, shuttling children between two households […]

Common Sense – A Lecture from the Bench on Divorce and Parenting

August 31, 2015

Most divorce-related court hearings are filled with the trappings of legal rituals. Both sides present their cases. Objections are made to testimony. The judge renders a decision, which is crafted into an enforceable Order. In the end, the “losing” attorney might blame the judge. The “winning” attorney might take credit for a decision that may […]

The Special Needs Child: Divorce Considerations

August 15, 2015

Best interest of the child is a standard most often used to determine post-divorce behavior and lifestyle. Two children can be similar and yet what is best for one may not be best for another. Child custody evaluators, guardians ad litem, and ultimately judges assess the child’s needs from slightly different perspectives. Nevertheless, each strives […]