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Helping Your Children Adjust to a Divorce
Helping Your Children Adjust to a Divorce

Divorce is a stressful experience for children and, regardless of their age, they will likely need some help adjusting to the changes brought on by your split. Your children might feel worried about the future, shocked, angry, or even responsible for the divorce. Although ...

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Blog posts in Divorce

  • Common Mistakes During Divorce

    Divorce is often an incredibly stressful process, especially when the parties involved are. Frequently, parties in a divorce may feel the urge to make ...

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  • Are Millennials Really Getting Divorced Less?

    For decades, news outlets ran stories about the escalating divorce rate in the US—at least, until millennials came along. At first glance, it appears ...

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  • How Is Child Support Calculated in California?

    The Duty to Pay Child Support All parents are legally obligated to provide their children with adequate support, so they have the financial means to ...

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  • Is Intellectual Property Divisible at Divorce?

    What Is Intellectual Property? If you ever had a burst of artistic genius, a clever idea for a business brand, or a brilliant stroke of innovation, ...

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  • How to Tell Your Children About the Divorce

    Telling your children about your impending divorce is likely one of the most difficult tasks you will ever face. How you break the news to them will ...

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  • What Are the Benefits of Mediation?

    Divorce litigation is an inherently contentious and adversarial process that often leaves both parties feeling wounded and bruised. However, you do ...

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  • Be Prepared for Your Child Custody Hearing

    For divorcing parents, vying for child custody is one of the most heart-wrenching challenges of the entire process. Given the emotionally charged ...

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  • Getting Through the Holidays After a Divorce

    If this is your first holiday season after your divorce, you might have some reservations about celebrating this festive time of year. However, just ...

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  • Learning How to Co-Parent with Your Former Spouse

    If you and your former spouse have children, you will not have the luxury of cutting off contact with one another after your divorce is finalized. ...

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