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Couple not talking
When we ask clients what prompted them to consider divorce, lack of communication in marriage frequently comes up. What causes lack of communication in marriage, how concerned should you be about your marriage communication problems, and what steps can you take to address communication issues in your marriage or during divorce? Let’s discuss! Research does tie lack of communication in marriage to divorce According to...
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It may be hard to believe but Facebook has been around and open to the general public since 2006—over 15 years! Twitter launched that same year, and since then we see new social network sites (SNS) popping up every day. Shortly after social media became a “thing,” complaints linking social media and marriage problems began to surface. Is Facebook bad for marriage? The short answer...
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Couple arguing about divorce
If you’re considering divorce, or your spouse has already filed divorce papers, it’s important to understand the potential risks that coincide with ending a marriage and how to protect yourself during a divorce. Knowing your rights and proper steps to take leading up to and during divorce may help minimize the emotional and financial toll divorce often brings. My husband wants a divorce what are...
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Two parents arguing while boy covers his ears
Toxic co parenting: now if that isn’t an oxymoron if I ever heard one. After all, co-parenting means working together to do what’s best for your child, right? As a family law attorney, I regularly hear complaints from clients about disagreements with their child’s other parent. From general “my ex refuses to co parent” stories to grievances about an ex manipulating visitation schedule guidelines and...
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Two moms and their baby
When I started practicing family law in 2006, LGBT couples faced more challenges with same sex couple adoption than they do today. Following the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2015 decision recognizing same-sex marriage (Obergefell v. Hodges), society in general has become more supportive of gay adoption. I also find that many birth mothers choose same-sex couples over heterosexual couples. In addition, all states now recognize the...
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Parents argue as son covers ears
Most parents realize divorce and child custody battles can be troubling for children. However, many parents underestimate the impact their behavior toward the other parent (good and bad) and willingness to co-parent can have on their kids. If you want to mitigate the psychological effects of child custody battles for your child, be civil to the other parent, get counseling, think long-term and be flexible...
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Couple not talking
What Causes Lack of Communication in Marriages?
May 25, 2022
How Does Social Media Affect Marriage?
May 18, 2022
Couple arguing about divorce
Protecting Yourself in a Divorce – What To Do
May 2, 2022

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