Kids Want to Know

Parents and children must work together to form a new kind of family. Build your new family with peace, understanding and nourish it with love. View the attached article Kids Want to Know by Nancy Lee Greenfield.  An Article from the ABA Family Advocate    

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Successful Holidays are About Planning

We are coming up on some of the most difficult times of the year when parents are newly separated or even divorced-Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, and Christmas. The bottom line is-holidays will be different but they can be less stressful with planning. Don’t set yourself up for disappointment. Children can adapt to different rituals. They can eat…

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How Will Your Children Remember Your Divorce?

Do you want your children to remember that you and your spouse acted in ways you would not be proud of later? Do you want them to remember feeling insecure and that there would not be enough money? Or would you rather them remember: They were assured they would spend time with you and your…

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Divorce and Business Valuation

Business Valuation-Do I Need One? We often hear “I have a business but I don’t want to spend the money to get it valued. It’s so expensive. I’ve heard that it can cost $15,000 or more.” If one or both of the spouses has a business, a case usually cannot be settled and cannot go…

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Changing your Retirement Date due to Divorce

IF I AM HEADED FOR A DIVORCE, DOES MY DATE FOR RETIREMENT HAVE TO CHANGE? Depending on your circumstances, a divorce may mean you have to delay your retirement or it may not. If you are now or will be paying child support because your children are minors and will be minors after your anticipated…

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When Should I See a Lawyer?

A new client, I’ll call her “Diane”, asked me the other day, “When is it appropriate to see an attorney if you think you might be headed for a divorce?” She also wondered if coming in to see a lawyer would automatically mean she would get a divorce. Many of our clients ask this question…

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