Seeing Divorce Through the Eyes of Children

A Conversation with Expert Christina McGhee About her Exciting New Project December is Universal Human Rights Month – and our focus this month under this category is children’s rights. We typically think the struggles for human rights are happening in … Read More

Bill of Rights for Children

The Bill of Rights for Children is meant to protect the children of parents who are undergoing a divorce. There are many people involved in a divorce. Of course there are the two adults who are deciding to separate, the … Read More

Self-Care Tips From Professionals

As a company built by parents, for parents- we understand the difficulties that come with divorce. One of the hardest parts of co-parenting is finding time for self-care, a time that’s necessary for revitalizing the energy needed to tackle your … Read More

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Helping Your Child with Remote Learning in Florida (Parent’s Edition)

There’s no question that 2020 has shifted priorities for parents in a big way, especially for divorced parents. Children are already experiencing transition, funds are often too tight for nannies or tutors, and usually, both parents work. At the same … Read More

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Tips for Remote Learning in California (Parent’s Edition)

As a divorced or single parent, assisting your school-aged children succeed in school is no small feat. But having your home become the classroom due to the new remote learning environment is a challenge most parents have never faced. Parents … Read More

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How to Co-Parent in One Home

It’s been quite the year for divorcing parents. Some were just starting to wrap their minds around the thought of divorce, and probably many were just about to physically separate. Then March 2020 came along, and many of those plans … Read More

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Hiring an Attorney for Child Support in Florida

Maybe you and your ex both agree you need help to decide a long-term custody arrangement, or perhaps communication has broken down and you’re not sure how to approach the next step to get a support order. Whatever the reason, … Read More

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Part Three: The Mess of Free Legal Consultations – And How to Clean It Up.

Part Three: Systems are your friend Life as a family law attorney can be chaotic and stressful. Don’t make it worse on yourself by losing control of your time. Free legal consultations take up a lot of time. You can – … Read More

Collecting Child Support in Florida

You have an order for child support, but how do you collect the money? It can be complicated when understanding where to begin. While a key factor in deciding how to collect support is how well the parents get along, … Read More

Is There Such a Thing as “Pet Custody” in a Texas Divorce?

The status of a “pet” in a marriage is on the rise. Increasingly, pets are an integral part of the family make-up. They’ve been with parents through dating, marriage, and children. They’ve comforted crying kids and cuddled with the family on … Read More


The Melson Formula – Child Support

All US courts utilize a calculator to determine child support. These calculations vary by state, but every state uses one of three models: the income shares model, the percentage of income model, or the Melson formula model. Melson Formula Model … Read More

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California Courts & Child Support Calculation

The California Model California is one of forty-one states that uses the income shares model. California courts base this model on the idea that a child should receive the same proportion of parental income that he/she would have received if the … Read More

Need Child Support Legal Help In California?

Family courts in California are known to be notoriously difficult to deal with. Many of the decisions that are made follow separate rules, structures, and systems that are different from the traditional governing laws. You can visit here on the CA … Read More

New Year’s Resolutions for Co-Parents

Another year is coming to a close. For many co-parents it’s been one of the most challenging, or perhaps one of the most rewarding. Regardless of the outcome, we are all looking forward to making the next chapter in life … Read More


Are You Paying For That?

There are two sides to every coin, and the co-parenting coin is a tough one to flip. Splitting up is hard enough without having to decide who pays for what. One parent is usually the paying parent, giving money to … Read More