Category Archives: Child Support

Getting Divorced? How to Talk Your Kids About Going to Court

How to Talk to Kids about Divorce and Court, According to Psychologists: When parents decide that they’re getting divorced, it can be difficult to break the news to the kids. Telling children about the decision to divorce is the most difficult part of the process for parents, according to certified parent coach Jennifer Wolf. Despite…
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Allocation of Children’s Extracurricular Activity Costs

By: Jennifer R. Silva, Esq. With children returning to school for a new school year, they will be returning to their many extra-curricular activities, as well.   While negotiating a divorce agreement, it is important to address the allocation of these child-related expenses.  The financial ability of each parent should be examined in order to determine…
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What is a Parenting Coordinator and do I need one?

By: Christina Pashou As a parent, you have the right to parent your child(ren) as you see fit. However, this often results in conflict, if you and your child’s other parent do not agree on certain child related matters. In high-conflict separations or divorces, parenting issues may arise with greater frequencies that continue to bring…
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