My married friends (as well as myself) complain about how they can’t get their spouses to change certain annoying and undesirable traits, whether it’s a spouse who has to control all the money, or a spouse not being emotionally available, or a spouse that doesn’t do a particularly good job watching the kids, or a… [Read More]
Kevin Chroman of Family Divorce Solutions discusses the benefits of Collaborative Divorce which allows divorcing couples to proceed in a dignified manner, addressing issues such as child custody, support and alimony, division of property and all other aspects of divorce. Kevin has been in practice for over 15 years and has been a member of FDS… [Read More]
Angela Bissada,Psy.D. I often receive calls from parents or family law attorneys asking that I see a child and a parent for “reunification,” “reconciliation,” or “facilitative” therapy. The caller usually describes a situation in which, following a divorce, a child has refused to see one parent and expresses a clear preference for the other. The… [Read More]
Couples experiencing divorce have many questions – often regarding money and specifically the amount of child support and/or spousal support to be paid. In the collaborative process, the Professional Team will assist the couple in a variety of ways, including itemizing expenses for two households and understand and exploring all available income sources. Although a… [Read More]
There are many moving parts to take into consideration during and after a divorce. Your finances can change quickly and take a drastic turn into negative territory if you do not take steps to protect it.