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Surviving The Holidays While Dealing With Divorce

by Cozen O'Connor on

The holidays are supposed to be a time of good will and cheer. For those going through a divorce, however, the situation is often not cheerful and may even be grim. With some thoughtful planning and the right outlook,...more

Three Tips to Help You Navigate the Holidays

by Burns & Levinson LLP on

When you are divorced with kids, Christmas and Hanukkah can become minefields that make previous family headaches look simple. But there’s good news: There are a number of steps that you can take ahead of time to make things...more

Obtaining Additional Time for a Family Law Hearing: What You Need to Know

by Jaburg Wilk on

The Facts - In Reyes v. Neill 1, Division One of the Arizona Court of Appeals addressed the question of whether the Court abused its discretion by failing to permit adequate time for the parties to present testimony and...more

How Decisions Regarding Custody and Visitation are Made in Delaware

Family Court judges are charged with making custody and visitation decisions regarding Delaware’s children. In each case brought before the judge, he or she sets custodial and residential arrangements in accordance with the...more

Parental Alienation in High Conflict Custody Cases

One of the most challenging aspects of divorce for parents is learning to move past the marital conflict in order to promote a healthy relationship between the children and a soon-to-be ex. All too often, in high conflict...more

Don’t Confuse Your Joy With Your Kid’s

by Fox Rothschild LLP on

The holidays are not upon us but they are not far away either. If you are separated and your holiday plans for sharing custody are not, “set” it is well-nigh time to begin the discussion because November is not a good time...more

Where Should Custody And Parenting Issues Be Decided?

by Fox Rothschild LLP on

Sometimes, the location of a case – for one reason or another – can be just as important as anything else. Perhaps the law is different and more beneficial to one side in a particular location; possibly, one place is simply...more

Sharing The Holidays

As we approach the holiday season, clients often wonder how the first Christmas that the parties are separated will be handled, especially what will happen with the children. Will Santa Claus really visit both Mom and Dad’s...more

Supreme Court Decides V.L. v. E.L.

by Faegre Baker Daniels on

On March 7, 2016, the Supreme Court decided V.L. v. E.L., No. 15-648, holding that the Full Faith and Credit Clause of the United States Constitution requires Alabama courts to grant full faith and credit to an adoption...more

U.S. Supreme Court to Alabama: Full Faith and Credit Must Be Given to Out-of-State Adoption

by Genova Burns LLC on

In a unanimous, per curiam opinion in V.L. v. E.L., the U.S. Supreme Court has reversed the Supreme Court of Alabama’s refusal to enforce a Georgia adoption order. V.L. and E.L., two women, were involved in a 25-year...more

Appellate Court Notes

by Pullman & Comley, LLC on

Appellate Court Advance Release Opinions: AC36390 - Folsom v. Zoning Board of Appeals - Trial court properly granted a motion to strike a direct lawsuit by a disgruntled neighbor against the Town Zoning Enforcement...more

SCHOOLING AND DIVORCE

As summer comes to an end, it is important to remember divorced or non-intact families must approach their child’s schooling a little differently than intact families. For example, many intact families designate one parent to...more

Court Awards Grandparents Partial Custody of Grandchildren Over Mother's Objection and Court Holds that Minor Criminal Convictions...

In June 2015, the Pennsylvania Superior Court, in K.T. v. L.S., provided partial child custody to the children's paternal grandparents over mother's objection....more

Do Grandparents Have Visitation Rights in New Jersey?

When parents choose to separate, it is often a difficult decision that greatly affects not only the adults but also the children involved. All of the changes that will need to be made may prove to be traumatic, particularly...more

Family Law: Special Considerations When Representing Professional Athletes

by Lewitt Hackman on

While we await news of Tom Brady's Deflate-Gate appeal, the National Basketball Association playoffs coming up fast, and the latest hints that Lamar Odom and Khloe Kardashian may not follow through with their divorce after...more

STUDY: Divorce Custody Arrangement that Benefits Kids Most

One of the most highly debated and emotionally charged issues in parenting involve custody and timesharing arrangements. As if the end of a relationship (through separation, divorce or paternity) isn’t stressful enough, not...more

What is a Parenting Coordinator and Why Do We Need One?

by Jaburg Wilk on

Phoenix business law firm Jaburg Wilk Family Law attorney Laurence B. Hirsch explains what a parenting coordinator is and why they are necessary. For more information visit www.jaburgwilk.com. ...more

Will My Child Have to Change Schools?

In Pennsylvania, a child is entitled to attend the public school in the district where the child resides. When parents live in different districts due to separation or divorce, a child will attend school in the district of...more

Wanting To Relocate Your Children Out Of The Area; Some Specific Factors Must First Be Met

A parent’s desire to move outside of Florida once a custody proceeding (including divorce or paternity) has been commenced or concluded can result in challenging legal hurdles. The Florida Statutes prohibit “relocation” of a...more

Spring Break and Shared Parenting

It’s a beautiful day in Central Florida and spring break is in full swing! The sun is out, the flowers are blooming and the beach is calling your name! Typically, parents alternate the week of spring break from year to...more

Making The Holidays Happy For Kids During A Divorce

by Cozen O'Connor on

In a recent post on Avvo’s Naked Law Blog, I discussed the effect of divorce on children and offered some tips on how to deal with custody in light of a separation and/or divorce. Issues regarding custody become magnified...more

Child Custody: Do Grandparents Have Any Visitation Rights in Pennsylvania?

A life changing event like a divorce or death may adversely affect the relationship between a child and a person who isn’t the child’s biological parent such as a grandparent. Various states have different laws that govern...more

Analysis of Child Custody Factors in Awards on Subsidiary Issues

In the years following the enactment of the new Child Custody Act in Pennsylvania, attorneys and the bench set sail on uncharted waters. Family law attorneys waited anxiously to read appellate court decisions published...more

Can my ex-spouse see our children if he/she does not pay the court ordered child support?

by Jaburg Wilk on

Phoenix business law firm Jaburg Wilk's family law and criminal defense attorney Jason B. Castle talks about why a person has to allow their ex-husband or ex-wife to see the children even though they are not paying child...more

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