Staying Safe During the Holidays

With COVID-19 case numbers steadily rising, the CDC & Atrium Health are urging American citizens to adjust their normal holiday plans to help stop the spread of the virus. The American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML) has published “Navigating the Holidays...

Here Come the Holidays!

Sharing Custody During the Holiday Season When parents separate or divorce, a lesser talked about topic is how the extended family is affected. For example, when a grandparent and grandchild share a special bond, a major change in the child’s family dynamic can...

The Basics of Home Valuation

For a lot of couples that go through a separation and/or divorce, the marital home is one of the most valuable assets that the couple owns together. Because of this, it is essential to obtain an accurate valuation of the marital home so a couple can fully understand...

Can a Child Testify in Court?

In most child custody cases, a judge rules based upon what he or she finds to be in the best interests of the child(ren) involved. In making that decision, the court will consider all available and relevant evidence. In some situations, that could include the...

Co-Parenting & Halloween

Co-Parenting Doesn’t Have to Be Scary! 🎃 The holidays are filled with times of fun with family and loved ones, but for those that co-parent, this time of year can sometimes present challenges. Major holidays are often included in custody agreements but more...