If you and your spouse, or other parent of your children, are going through child custody, you will want to create an effective parenting plan. Emotions are generally flared during a divorce and parties may not be on their “best behavior.” Robotically going through the motions of a custody plan for the sake of creating…

A new study has found that shared custody arrangement in child custody cases are the best for the children involved. The study found that having both parents in a child’s life will increase the likelihood of a child having a happy and healthy life after a divorce occurs in Rhode Island. The study was conducted…

Shared custody may be fair, but it’s emotionally trying. You know that your ex deserves some time with the kids, but you don’t know what to do with yourself when they spend the week at his or her house. Your home just feels so empty. It’s a common complaint from divorced parents. Below are a…

Your children are going to be highly impacted by your divorce, and it’s more than just figuring out a child custody plan for them after the split. This is a significant change in their lives. There are a few things you should know about breaking the news. First off, don’t jump the gun. Don’t tell…

You have a lot of goals relating to your children when you head for divorce. Maybe you want sole custody, a good joint custody plan or visitation rights. However, while looking into all of this, it’s important to go beyond these basic decisions and remember to think about how you can make life easiest for…

As we near the end of the holiday season, many children of divorced parents will be heading back home after some time spent with their non-custodial parent. It’s not uncommon for parents who don’t see enough of their kids all year to take them for a week or two during their winter vacation. Sadly, this…

Unfortunately, parental alienation is something that occurs in some particularly nasty divorces. While parents may believe that they’re getting back at an estranged spouse by driving a wedge between that spouse and their children, in fact, the children may be irreparably damaged. Parental alienation can include telling children things that simply aren’t true about a…

We recently discussed why you need to have your holiday custody agreement in place as early as possible. This is a very important matter in child custody cases that is easy to overlook if there aren’t holidays looming. We know that you want to spend as much time as possible with your child, and we…

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