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  • Denying Access in the Time of the COVID-19
    Denying Access in the Time of the COVID-19

    We are receiving a lot of questions right now about whether custody exchanges have to take place given that schools have closed, employees are being told to work from home, and that we’re all hearing ...

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  • Help! I can't send a text or email without my former spouse getting angry or lashing out.
    Help! I can't send a text or email without my former spouse getting angry or lashing out.

    Sound familiar? A frequent problem between parents communicating about children is their inability to communicate. What do all my high conflict custody cases have in common? The inability to ...

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  • Social Media-Yes, what you post will be used against you
    Social Media-Yes, what you post will be used against you

    I’ve heard the argument before. Why don’t I have the right to post what I want online? If I’m posting to just my friends on Facebook why does my former spouse who hacked my account to get the ...

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  • Tips for Parental Email Communication
    Tips for Parental Email Communication

    Keep it Factual and about the children, not each other. Keep it Neutral – Avoid Emotion (this also means capital letters and exclamation points should be avoided as it may be construed as emotion). ...

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  • Emailing with Your Attorney
    Emailing with Your Attorney

    Communicating with your attorney is hard. We're busy. You're busy. Email seems like the easiest way to go but it isn't always effective. Here are some basic guidelines for emailing with your attorney: ...

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  • So You're Getting Divorced and Your Kids Won't Talk to You
    So You're Getting Divorced and Your Kids Won't Talk to You

    It's fairly common for parents who are divorcing to have a child who resists contact with them and doesn't want visitation. It is particularly common in situations where the child observed a lot of ...

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