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FIGHTS OVER CUSTODY – THE SAD TRUTH

Posted in Custody

In my opinion, perhaps the saddest and often most heart wrenching part of a family law matter is a fight over children.  Custody disputes are so personal and important to each side that if the right people aren’t involved they can get downright nasty and last many years.  This is especially so when children are… Continue Reading

HIGH CONFLICT DIVORCES: PARENT COORDINATORS AND OTHER PROFESSIONALS ENLISTED TO HELP WITH PARENTING TIME ISSUES

Posted in Custody, Practice Issues, Visitation/Parenting Time

Over the years, judges began to make numerous appointments to attempt to, if not rid the courts, at least create a buffer for parenting and visitation issues that arose daily/weekly/monthly in high conflict divorce and post-divorce matters.  Sometimes the professional was called a parent coordinator, other times it was a therapeutic monitor, a mediator, a… Continue Reading