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  • Child Custody

    The latest posts for Child Custody are listed below.
    • Co-Parenting, Part 2: What Can I Do if My Ex Breaks the Child Custody Order?

      Last week , we discussed ways for former spouses to rebuild their relationship as co-parents. For the second half of our two-part blog series, we will review your legal options when dealing with an uncooperative co-parent. Co-parents should not constantly use the court system as a referee in their relationship, but there are some circumstances in which legal action is the only way to protect your ...
    • Co-Parenting, Part 1: Working on Your Relationship with Your Co-Parent

      This month, Myers Family Law is focusing on co-parenting relationships in a two-part blog series. Today, we are discussing the importance of rebuilding your relationship with your co-parent. If you have a dysfunctional relationship with your former spouse, your first instinct might be to take the issue to court. However, you should first consider working on rebuilding trust in your relationship to ...
    • Who Has the Advantage in a Move-Away Case?

      Move-away cases arise after a divorce has already been settled, and both spouses have agreed on matters such as child custody and visitation . As circumstances change, one parent may decide that it is more beneficial for themselves or for the child to pick up and move elsewhere. However, one may not simply relocate with their child to another city, country or state without ensuring this move is in ...

    Divorce

    The latest posts for Divorce are listed below.
    • Co-Parenting, Part 2: What Can I Do if My Ex Breaks the Child Custody Order?

      Last week , we discussed ways for former spouses to rebuild their relationship as co-parents. For the second half of our two-part blog series, we will review your legal options when dealing with an uncooperative co-parent. Co-parents should not constantly use the court system as a referee in their relationship, but there are some circumstances in which legal action is the only way to protect your ...
    • Co-Parenting, Part 1: Working on Your Relationship with Your Co-Parent

      This month, Myers Family Law is focusing on co-parenting relationships in a two-part blog series. Today, we are discussing the importance of rebuilding your relationship with your co-parent. If you have a dysfunctional relationship with your former spouse, your first instinct might be to take the issue to court. However, you should first consider working on rebuilding trust in your relationship to ...
    • Common Financial Concerns in a Gray Divorce

      A gray divorce , which involves spouses over the age of 50, is unlike most other divorces, given the unique issues older individuals face. If you are over the age of 50, you are closer to the age of retirement and, unlike younger individuals, you will not be able to financially bounce back as easily. Therefore, divorcing later in life is substantially more complex and requires the experienced ...

    Family Law

    The latest posts for Family Law are listed below.
    • Co-Parenting, Part 2: What Can I Do if My Ex Breaks the Child Custody Order?

      Last week , we discussed ways for former spouses to rebuild their relationship as co-parents. For the second half of our two-part blog series, we will review your legal options when dealing with an uncooperative co-parent. Co-parents should not constantly use the court system as a referee in their relationship, but there are some circumstances in which legal action is the only way to protect your ...
    • Co-Parenting, Part 1: Working on Your Relationship with Your Co-Parent

      This month, Myers Family Law is focusing on co-parenting relationships in a two-part blog series. Today, we are discussing the importance of rebuilding your relationship with your co-parent. If you have a dysfunctional relationship with your former spouse, your first instinct might be to take the issue to court. However, you should first consider working on rebuilding trust in your relationship to ...
    • Common Financial Concerns in a Gray Divorce

      A gray divorce , which involves spouses over the age of 50, is unlike most other divorces, given the unique issues older individuals face. If you are over the age of 50, you are closer to the age of retirement and, unlike younger individuals, you will not be able to financially bounce back as easily. Therefore, divorcing later in life is substantially more complex and requires the experienced ...
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