Divorce and Separation


You Need Child Support But Don’t Wanna Talk To Your Ex

Talking to your ex is tough – but it just got a little easier.  Love can be a strange and funny thing. When you’re in the thick of it, all you want to do is be around that person and … Read More

What To Do If You And Your Spouse Can’t Agree About Divorce

If you and your spouse can’t agree, and your spouse won’t sign all necessary papers, the following problems and issues may arise which can make your divorce more difficult and take more time: By: Sandler Francois Marital Property: All marital assets and … Read More


Set These Five Positive Intentions about Parenting

We can’t help worrying how divorce and parenting will impact our children.  Sure, research shows that about 80-percent of children of divorce adjust well and show no lasting negative affects on their happiness or well-being, success or relationships. Yet it’s hard to … Read More

The Passion Behind SupportPay with Sheri Atwood

I grew up a child of divorce. My mother raised me alone… and what I remember of my parents together involved an awful lot of fighting about money. So I suppose it’s no surprise that when I went through my … 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

Why January Is Known As Divorce Season

We’ve had our fill of hot chocolate, holiday songs and Christmas decorations. But there’s something else that many have had their fill of during the holiday season: their marriage. Which leads to January being known as divorce season. It’s an unfortunate … 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


What happens After the child support order?

Your divorce is processed and you have a child expenses order or agreement. The hardest part of your divorce process is over and you are ready to move on with your life. Or so you think! Managing your child support The … Read More

Top 4 Things You Missed When Calculating Child Support

Top 4 Things You Missed When Calculating Child Support

When it comes to getting divorced or ending a relationship with the parent of your child there is a lot going on. From getting used to a new living situation to dividing assets most of the time, energy and effort goes … 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

Best Ways to Calculate Child Support

The last thing you are probably thinking about in the midst of divorce and splitting with your spouse, is how much you will have to pay each month in child support. Once everything is finalized and the reality sets in, … 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

Easiest Way to Pay Child Support

Everything costs money! I remember when my mom used to tell me that money doesn’t grow on trees. Now I know why I heard that all the time. I feel like saying that to my own child (ok, maybe I … Read More