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  • Marriage Advice for All Newlyweds


    Whether you have been with your significant other for a year or 10 years before marriage, it is easy to get caught up in the excitement of wedding planning and the first year or two of marriage. No matter how “perfect” a relationship or marriage may seem at first, they all take continual work and […]

  • Halloween Safety Tips for Families


    October is here and with that means a lot of major holidays are just around the corner, including Halloween. If you have children who are still at the age where tick-or-treating is a top priority, it is important to keep a few things in mind in order to keep ensure everyone is being safe and […]

  • What is Modification?


    A party can file for a post-divorce or post-paternity modification if there has been a material change in circumstances. Ultimately, whether there has been a material change in circumstances that warrants a modification of a Judgment is at the discretion of the Probate and Family Court Judge. However, working with an experienced Family Law attorney can […]

  • Co-Parenting Back to School Tips


    The long summer days are winding down and the start of the school year is here. Whether you are a newly divorced couple or have been divorced for years, making the proper adjustments to the new schedule can be stressful for both the parents and the children. Co-parenting during the new back to school routine […]

  • What is a Postnuptial Agreement?


    Most people have heard of a prenuptial agreement, especially when it comes to the lives of the rich and famous. But what about postnuptial agreements? You don’t hear about them as often but there are times when one or both spouses desire that one be implemented. A postnuptial agreement is simply a written agreement executed after a couple gets […]

  • The Three A’s that Can Lead to Divorce


    Lack of communication and financial stress are two major issues that can put a lot of strain on a marriage. If these important issues are not addressed, they can ultimately lead to unhappiness in the relationship and possibly divorce. There are also the “three A’s” that can occur in marriages that can become the breaking […]

  • Like Marriage, a Good Divorce is Better than a Bad One


    All good marriages take effort and sacrifice from both parties. The same can be said for a “good” divorce. At the end of the day, that marriage started off with a special bond; a friendship that was unlike any other. So why not end it in a positive manner for both? This may seem unrealistic […]

  • Making your Marriage a Priority


    Most of you are probably familiar with the childhood song that teases friends about a crush, falling in love, getting married, and having a baby. However, as many couples may already be aware or have experienced for themselves, it is not uncommon for the marriage relationship to get put on the back burner once that […]

  • Co-Parenting in the Summertime


    If you are a parent you are likely familiar with that time of year where the kids get antsy for the school year to be over and anxious for their summer to begin. If you have recently gone through a divorce, or are currently attempting to put together a parenting plan, finding a happy medium […]