How to Win Custody in a Divorce

How to win custody The way to win custody in a divorce is by your actions prior to the judgment of divorce. Before a judgment is rendered in a divorce, there is likely going to be conferences, hearings and telephonic appearances with a judge (in a contested matter.) Chances are good that a pendente lite … Continue reading “How to Win Custody in a Divorce”

Married Your Teenage Baby Daddy in Shot-gun Wedding? How is That Working Out For You?

Should You Marry Your Teenage Baby Daddy in a y Shot-Gun Wedding For the Baby’s Sake? When teenagers get pregnant, of course it is not always the most ideal situation and a lot of times a shot-gun wedding will follow. It is not just that they don’t have money to pay for the upkeep of … Continue reading “Married Your Teenage Baby Daddy in Shot-gun Wedding? How is That Working Out For You?”

Custody Dispute Over Gender Dysphoria?: Are You & Your Ex Fighting Over How to Handle Your Child’s Gender Identity?

In a custody dispute over gender dysphoria? Are you and your ex fighting over your child’s gender identity? Custody dispute over gender dysphoria? It is indisputable that gender dysphoria can lead to divorce. And it can lead to rather vicious custody battles as well. If your child has gender identity disorder or “gender dysphoria” it … Continue reading “Custody Dispute Over Gender Dysphoria?: Are You & Your Ex Fighting Over How to Handle Your Child’s Gender Identity?”

Should “Over-mothering” Be a Factor in Deciding Custody?

Is there such a thing as “over-mothering” and Should a woman lose custody of her kids because she is guilty of over-mothering? The reason this question even comes up is because sometime back, we were discussing a photograph of a celebrity mom who was taking her youngster to kindergarten. In one of the photos, the … Continue reading “Should “Over-mothering” Be a Factor in Deciding Custody?”

Step Families and Blended Families Have Special Challenges to Overcome

Blended families are increasing all over the country and world as people divorce, remarry and pull their children along for the ride. In the US, blended families account for about 18 percent of families with children according to the Census Bureau: Overall, 16 percent of children lived with a stepparent, stepsibling or half sibling. Thirteen … Continue reading “Step Families and Blended Families Have Special Challenges to Overcome”

Divorce & Manchausen by Proxy Syndrome: Does Your Ex Have a Mental Illness That is Harming The Kids and Your Custody Rights?

Divorce & Manchausen by Proxy Syndrome: Are your custody rights being affected by your wife’s mental disorder?   Divorce & Manchausen by Proxy syndrome are not necessarily the most frequent types of issues that divorce practitioners face. But it does exist and it happens more often than you might think. What is Manchausen by Proxy … Continue reading “Divorce & Manchausen by Proxy Syndrome: Does Your Ex Have a Mental Illness That is Harming The Kids and Your Custody Rights?”

Co-Parenting Apps For Divorced Parents: Make parenting easier after divorce

CO-PARENTING APPS FOR DIVORCED PARENTS: YOU CAN DEFINITELY REMAIN CORDIAL FOR THE KIDS’ SAKES   Divorce is hard and it is alienating and disruptive if you did not “consciously uncouple” like Gwyneth and Jen Garner. So you have to really work at staying cordial in the best interest of the kids in the aftermath, when … Continue reading “Co-Parenting Apps For Divorced Parents: Make parenting easier after divorce”

Sibling Rivalry After Divorce: Why Does it Often Intensify?

Sibling Rivalry After Divorce: Why Does it Intensify? Sibling rivalry after divorce can get really intense. Why is this? Why does conflict and fighting and competition between siblings get so fierce after divorce? Well, for one thing, divorce can leave children feeling upset, scared, resentful and depressed and so they act out and turn it … Continue reading “Sibling Rivalry After Divorce: Why Does it Often Intensify?”

Teenage Divorce: On Why Teenagers Get Divorced at a Higher Rate Than Older Adults

Teenage Divorce: Why do Teenagers Get Divorced at a Higher Rate than Older Adults? The teenage divorce rate is pretty high. Scarily high. Close to 70 percent of married teens will wind up divorced. I personally think that teenage marriages are doomed out of the starting bloc. Frankly speaking, I don’t think that teenagers were not meant … Continue reading “Teenage Divorce: On Why Teenagers Get Divorced at a Higher Rate Than Older Adults”

Divorce Industry Buzz: “Father’s Rights” Law Firms Are the Hot New Niche!

Divorce Industry Buzz by Claire Le Roy                 FATHER’S RIGHTS LAW FIRMS Father’s Rights Law Firms are mushrooming all over the country and around the world. Law firms whose specialty is Father’s Rights in divorce actions abound not only in the USA but also abroad.  Why is this … Continue reading “Divorce Industry Buzz: “Father’s Rights” Law Firms Are the Hot New Niche!”

Father’s Rights Lawyers & Attorneys: Do You Know the Top #1 Father’s Rights Lawyer Near You?

Father’s Rights boutique law firms have been popping up all over the country. Many law firms today, that is all they do: FATHER’S RIGHTS. Why are there so many father’s rights law firms? Well, because there is a need for this specialization given the explosion of cases where fathers are losing their rights in Divorce … Continue reading “Father’s Rights Lawyers & Attorneys: Do You Know the Top #1 Father’s Rights Lawyer Near You?”

Co-parenting With a Narcissist: When The Ex is the Enemy – What NOT to Do

Co-parenting With a Narcissist: When Your Ex is the Enemy it  Can Be a Nightmare   Co-parenting with a narcissist is no picnic for any reasonable, rational person. Often, it can feel like you are literally trying to raise children with your worst enemy. How do you identify a narcissistic ex? There is no one … Continue reading “Co-parenting With a Narcissist: When The Ex is the Enemy – What NOT to Do”

5 Sure-Fire Way For Men to Lose Custody (Guest Post)

5 Sure-Fire Ways for Men to Lose Custody Child custody is defined as “a parent who is given physical and/or legal custody of a child by court order”. A child-custody order is a judgment, decree, or other order of a court determining the legal custody, physical custody, or visitation of a child. Custody of your child, or children, derives from a court document … Continue reading “5 Sure-Fire Way For Men to Lose Custody (Guest Post)”

Best Tips for Successful & Effective Co-Parenting After Divorce

Best Tips for Successful & Effective Co-parenting After Divorce The best tips for successful and effective co-parenting after divorce can be debated. But basically, it all boils down to the same idea: successful & effective co-parenting is as hard as you let it become or as easy as you choose to make it. Boom. That … Continue reading “Best Tips for Successful & Effective Co-Parenting After Divorce”

20 Co-parenting tips for Divorced and Separated Parents: Successful co-parenting is EASY!

20 tips to help you be a better and more successful co-parent So you think co-parenting is hard? Co-parenting is not that hard. You can do it if you really want. Successful co-parenting takes two. At a minimum. In order to successfully co-parent your children, you have to adopt a “we” and “our” posture and stop even … Continue reading “20 Co-parenting tips for Divorced and Separated Parents: Successful co-parenting is EASY!”