Grandparent Custody Issues From a Psychologist’s Viewpoint

Parenting Role Can Take Toll On Grandparents Derek is an overwhelming challenge to his caregivers. He is active, curious and extremely talkative. Derek is a picky eater, occasionally wets the bed and is an endless bundle of energy. In short,

Domestic violence and some relevant statistics. What do they tell us?

Domestic Violence is defined as a pattern of behavior utilized to establish power and control over another person. It typically involves an escalating pattern of abuse where one party in an intimate relationship controls the other through intimidation, threats of

Avoid Headache, Safeguard Your Assets

Jeffrey Lalloway, publisher of the California Divorce and Family Law Blog, wrote this excellent article. I couldn’t agree more with his suggestions! Lessen impact of divorce on credit If you’re planning to file for divorce this year or are already

Relocation Issues

Twenty to thirty years ago, there was no issue related to “relocation”. There was a custodial parent, usually the Mother, and a non-custodial parent, usually the Father. If Mother wanted to relocate to return to the home of her family,

Penalty in Cincinnati for Bigamy

I learned of this Ohio bigamy case on Janet Langjahr’s excellent Florida Divorce Law Blog. Ohio man is convicted of bigamy. Man is sentenced to probation – and ordered to get a divorce from one of his three wives within

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