Several weeks ago, I explained the characteristics of what a legal separation is in Ohio. Today, I will share some of my thoughts about a trial separation, which is an informal agreement for 2 people to live apart. Essentially, it is an experiment in living apart. During this time the parties of course remain married, but live apart. A party may move back home, in with a friend, or rent an apartment. […]
Many couples tend to argue and fight over money and other financial issues. According to many studies, fighting over money issues is one of the top 3 reasons couples end up divorcing. Those arguments can be about a myriad of “money” issues. So, what do you do if you find yourself in this situation? […]
Five years ago, we posted an article about the The Counseling and Cooperative Parenting Center of Ohio, LLC, also known as CCPC Ohio. It seemed long overdue that we post an update on this wonderful resource for families with children having been involved in a high conflict divorce case. Brenda Patton, the owner and director of the Center, was kind enough to provide me an interview to discuss the evolution of CCPC. Southwest Ohio is certainly fortunate to have this resource!… READ MORE.
A well respected New York City divorce lawyer by the name of Val Kleyman recently sent out a newswire to divorce lawyers warning them “to be careful not to cross over into the role of personal therapist for clients. This is a common problem that does not get enough attention” Attorney Kleyman said.
When you decide it’s time to see a psychologist, the array of options out there may be a little daunting at first. To narrow this list of psychologists down, the American Psychological Association has put together a guide to make sure you choose the right psychologist for you.