fbpx
google screened check markGOOGLE SCREENED

Category: Co-Parenting

What Are Common Co-Parenting Challenges?

A significant percentage of divorces involve children. Children can be affected by divorce, but there are steps parents can take to help them adjust. Research shows that a successful co-parenting partnership between the parents can provide the stability and consistency that children need to develop and thrive after their parents divorce. Co-parenting is where both …

Continue Reading…

OurFamilyWizard and Co-Parenting

By Jake Jenkinson There are numerous issues that can arise for divorced parents who have difficulty communicating and/or working together after their divorce. Unfortunately, in transitioning from former spouses to co-parents, many of the same issues that led to the divorce may continue to impede the ability to maintain a positive co-parenting relationship. This is …

Continue Reading…

What are Some Back to School Co-Parenting Tips?

As the new school year approaches, parents who have gone through a divorce should consider ways to make co-parenting go smoothly in September. The start of school is a good time to reevaluate current child custody and visitation agreements and consider what worked, or did not work, the year before. Because this year is likely …

Continue Reading…

Should a Child’s School be Notified About a Divorce?

When a couple begins the divorce process, there are many people and organizations that must be notified about the change in marital status for legal and financial reasons. However, some parents may feel hesitate about releasing that personal information and may wonder if it necessary to notify their child’s school. While it may seem wise …

Continue Reading…

Work Schedules and Child Custody

After a divorce, sharing custody of the children can be complicated, especially if both parents are working. Shuttling children to and from activities and between homes while holding down a job requires real time management skill and a solid parenting time schedule. If you are in the process of working out a parenting time agreement, …

Continue Reading…

The blogs published by Lyons & Associates are available for informational purposes only and are not considered legal advice on any subject matter. By viewing any of the blogs on this site, the reader understands there is no attorney-client relationship between the reader and the blog publisher. The blogs should not be used as a substitute for legal advice from a licensed professional attorney, and readers are urged to consult their own legal counsel on any specific legal questions concerning a specific situation.

Our Morristown Office Has Moved!
60 Columbia Road
Building B, Suite 150
Morristown, NJ 07960

x