It’s the fourth quarter of the year, and if you are working on finalizing a divorce settlement, in addition to what may be tough conversations about how to do the holiday season in a newly restructured family, it’s also worthwhile to think about taxes. Your marital status on December 31 st determines whether your tax filing status will be married …
Susan was proud to present at the Missouri Bar Family Law Conference on Impasse Breaking Strategies in Mediation, along with our colleagues Cynthia Garnholz, J.D. and Nicole Pace, LCSW.
Did you know our friends at Sesame Street have online resources and activities to help kids deal with divorce?
Your mediator should require each of you to bring to the mediation complete documentation of all your assets, debts, income and expenses.
If you are paying or receiving child support, you may wonder what it should be used for and whether there are other expenses of your child that are required to be paid beyond the regular monthly support payment.
Unlike divorce litigation, a non-adversarial divorce requires the commitment of both of you to work towards an agreement outside of the courtroom.
Do you and your soon to be ex-spouse know how to talk to you kids about a pending divorce?
Holidays, for children of divorce, are just plain hard. The holiday season can remind them that their family is divided, and they may feel they are being pulled in every direction. Consider these holiday co-parenting tips from Kids in the Middle to make the season bright for your kids: Co-Parenting Tips for the Holidays Have questions or need more help? …
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Having trouble managing your children’s expenses as school starts back up?
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