There’s both good and bad news on the status of kids’ mental health in research just published in the New England Journal of Medicine. The good news is that more kids are getting help for their emotional and behavioral problems,
Child’s College Expenses Problematic Upon Divorce. Why it’s Important To Say What You Mean and Mean What You Say With the importance of higher education becoming more apparent every day, it is not uncommon for divorcing couples to decide to
Should We Try To Avoid Regret? How Accepting Some Sense Of Regret Will Be A Part Of Every Decision We Will Make A few months ago when I read the novel The Invention of Wings by Sue Monk Kidd, I
Avoid Post Divorce Disputes – Don’t Forget To Include Social Media Clause in Your Prenuptial Agreement! In the past, we’ve written multiple articles relating to social media. I have linked to some of them at the end of this article.
An Interview with Mr. Cris Shale relative to his thoughts Post-Bankruptcy/Divorce Valuable Advice For Others Facing The Same Bankruptcy Dilemma Post-Divorce Several years ago, I posted an article to the Ohio Family Law Blog about my son and one of