Custody and Visitation


10 Things You Should Never Say to Your Kids During a Divorce

Navigating Divorce: What Not to Say to Your Kids and Your Former Spouse Divorce is undoubtedly a challenging chapter in one’s life, and it becomes even more intricate when children are involved. As parents going through a divorce, the way … Read More

What You Should Know About Pet Custody

When a couple decides to end their relationship, one of the most challenging aspects is often the custody of their pets. Unlike children, pets are considered property in the eyes of the law, so pet custody can be a complex … Read More

financial conflict

What causes financial conflict in marriages and how to prevent it

Written By: Lyle David Solomon Far too often money-related issues cause conflict in marriages. While roughly half of marriages overall end in divorce, money issues could last through separation and be a post-marital problem. We all could experience financial issues at … Read More

What To Do When You’ve Been Accused of Domestic Violence

This article was contributed by: Nick Wooldridge – Partner/Content Writer Nick Wooldridge is one of the most recognized names among Las Vegas criminal defenders. Fierce both in a courtroom and board room, Mr. Wooldridge is eager to ready to provide … Read More

Wellness at Home: Understanding the Essentials Wellness at Home: Understanding the Essentials A healthy home is a happy home. Just as you want to put so much effort (and money) on creating a beautiful and inviting home, it is equally important to keep your space … Read More

Anxious Co parent

4 Tips for an Anxious Co-Parent

4 Tips for an Anxious Co-Parent Every family wants to have their own happy ending. Sadly, life isn’t always fair, and some marriages end with a divorce and you need to start a co-parent process. As you embark on a … Read More

Understanding How Child Custody Is Determined

This article was contributed by: Sam Mazella – Marketing Director Website: Understanding How Child Custody Is Determined While it’s best for divorced or separated parents to settle child custody issues out-of-court, that is not always the case. There are times … Read More

Visitation Rights – What You Need to Know

Visitation rights – it’s something that comes up in nearly all child support cases involving divorce or separation. But what exactly is visitation, and how is it managed? To break it down, visitation rights for fathers or mothers simply refers … Read More

Why Child Support Should Be About More Than Just Money

After a divorce, child support can be a conflict-ridden process. It’s not uncommon that once loving, kind spouses turn hostile and seek to get everything they can from the deal, ripping their relationship apart. So typically, parents drift away and … Read More

Co-parenting resolutions for 2016

92% of parents who are involved pay child support. Are you involved? Do you pay? Do you want to be an involved parent? Do you wish your ex was involved? Here are the top 5 ways to keep each other … Read More

5 More Questions About Child Support

We tend to get more than 5 questions about child support that we hear often, so we thought we’d do another edition to help better answer all the questions we’re receiving. Again, this was a problem that motivated our founder … Read More

A Brief Overview of Child Support Laws

It may come as a surprise to many, but child support laws are not a new phenomenon in the United States. Since the very founding of our nation, child support laws were baked into constitutional and colonial laws. It was … Read More

The Top 4 Tips for Children Flying Alone

I wrote this post a few weeks ago and we got so much great feedback I decided to write a follow up with some of my best tips. Here is part one and read on for part two. With summer vacation coming to an end, … Read More

Co-parenting Best Practices

The irony is pretty thick here. The relationship didn’t work. Maybe you could never communicate well. You have children and you are now co-parenting after a divorce. The two things that make co-parenting a success are good communication and cooperation. … Read More


6 Co-Parenting Tips for Summer Planning

Maybe this is your first summer that the kids will have to split their time. Maybe you have been doing this awhile, but kids’ lives and schedules change, and you feel there is a need to adjust the visitation this … Read More