How a Family Lawyer Can Assist With the Divorce Process

Posted on: 17 February 2021

Divorce can be quite complicated. It is especially so since most people do not know what to expect during and after the process. A family lawyer will help out with the legal aspects of your divorce. Below is an excerpt discussing how a family lawyer can help ease the divorce process.  If you have lost contact with your spouse, your lawyer will file divorce documents in court and serve the papers to them. [Read More]

3 Ways to Get Access to Your Grandchildren After a Divorce

Posted on: 28 January 2020

A divorce doesn't just affect a couple and their children. It can also impact the lives of extended family members like grandparents. If one of your children is separated or divorced, then you may have lost contact with your grandchildren through no fault of your own. This is a distressing situation that can be hard to resolve. However, there are things you can do to re-establish contact. What are they? [Read More]

Preparing a Co-Parenting Plan That Will Reduce Tension After Divorce

Posted on: 21 January 2020

Divorce is often a complicated process, and caring for children from your marriage makes it even more complicated. One of the first things you'll have to do as part of the divorce is preparing a co-parenting plan. Ideally, both parents should be involved in raising children from the marriage. But agreeing on such a plan isn't as easy as it sounds. There are many different elements that go into co-parenting. You'll have to determine a custody plan, how the needs of the children will be met and how much time each parent will spend with the kids. [Read More]

4 Dos and Don'ts for Drafting a Prenuptial Agreement for Your Partner

Posted on: 14 January 2020

Prenuptial agreements were for the longest time only common among celebrities and the wealthy in society. However, today prenups are a tool that most people use before getting married. They help reduce dispute during a divorce, especially in matters of property division. Prenups are often pushed by individuals who have family assets and dynasties that would suffer in the event of a divorce. Long gone are the days when prenuptial agreements were frowned upon as a sign of distrust in a partner. [Read More]