Finally, Some Guidance for Parents About Children and Social Media Use

Aug 09 2023 | Courtney Smith

If you have a child with a smartphone, you have probably noticed that there is little formal guidance available from professionals about how you should handle social media use by tweens and teens. This topic is top of mind for me as it has recently come up in several cases where...

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What is a Parenting Coordinator and Do You Need One?

Aug 09 2023 | Courtney Smith

A little disclaimer before you read on: I am a huge advocate for the use of parenting coordinators (“PC”) in difficult child custody cases. I have been using them in my cases for many years now, and I am also a PC. What does a parenting coordinator do?The most...

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Child Support – How is it calculated?

Aug 05 2022 | Dan Lewis

Child Support - How is it calculated?Child Support is support paid from one parent to the other to meet the reasonable needs of children for their health, education, and maintena Generally, both parents have a legal obligation to support their children and the presumptive amount...

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Let’s Go To Mediation! – Part III

Aug 05 2022 | Dan Lewis

Let's Go To Mediation! - Part IIIMediation Series Part III: The Ins and Outs of MediationBefore I dive into part three, let's take a moment to review a few key elements of this multi-part series on mediation. In part one, "Let's Go to Mediation,"; (add hyperlink) I introduce th...

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Let’s Go to Mediation! – Part II

Aug 05 2022 | Dan Lewis

Let's Go to Mediation! - Part IIMediation Series Part II: Tips from the MediaIn my first blog "Let's Go to Mediation," I defined mediation, the neutral mediator's role in assisting parties, and the benefits of mediation. But how do you prepare for mediation and make...

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Let’s Go To Mediation! – Part I

Aug 05 2022 | Dan Lewis

Let's Go To Mediation! - Part IMediation Series: Part IYou’ve decided to separate from your spouse and think you’re on the same page about sharing time with the kids and dividing up your property. You do not want to spend a lot of money on lawyers and ha...

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The Impact of Divorce on Stay-At-Home Fathers

Aug 05 2022 | Dan Lewis

The Impact of Divorce on Stay-At-Home FathersThe trend is growing. More and more fathers are staying home to care for their children while mothers work outside the home. This blog explores the impact on fathers' rights when they stop being the “breadwinners” an...

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Prenups are for Millennials

Aug 05 2022 | Dan Lewis

Prenups are for MillennialsCongratulations on your engagement! You're in love and planning the wedding of your dreams. Deciding on the venue, guest list and menu are just a few of the many decisions you will need to make before the big day. But what about signing a prenup?...

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Marriage Advice From A Divorce Attorney

Aug 05 2022 | Dan Lewis

Marriage Advice From A Divorce AttorneyDivorce lawyers do not see happy marriages in their professional lives. They might see happy couples about to be married when asked to prepare prenuptial agreements, but mostly we see what tears couples and families apart. Whether...

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The Benefits of Mediation During and Post COVID-19

Aug 05 2022 | Dan Lewis

The Benefits of Mediation During and Post COVID-19The COVID-19 pandemic has turned all of our lives upside down and this includes how to resolve family law conflicts. From child custody and support to dividing property, more and more people are turning to resolving conflicts out...

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