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Restraining orders in california must be taken very seriously

This article details the different types of restraining orders and why they need to be taken so seriously.

How is child support calculated in indiana?

The Indiana child support guidelines state that a child’s quality of life should not be affected by a divorce.

How to deal with a narcissist in divorce

Divorce attorney Micheal Bouldin, describes how to deal with a narcissist, or person with narcissistic personality disorder, through the divorce process. Involvement of professionals, use of history and litigation versus mediation and negotiation are all discussed. Also discussed is what to expect when dividing assets, valuing businesses and custody matters.

Parenting after divorce: more than 1 model!

Co-parenting...it gets great press, but it's NOT your only option. Many divorce situations call for an entirely different model: parallel parenting.

Orders of protection: when should victims apply for one?

During her observations as a Court law clerk intern for the late Honorable Judhe, Willard Lassers, in the Domestic Relations Division of the Circuit Court of Cook County, Wendy assisted in case development, and documentation which gave her a behind the scenes view into some very traumatic times in people’s lives. Shocked at how often people were not getting proper counsel to get through very critical processes, Wendy began her journey into family law.

Divorce...party?

Divorce parties are an international trend. Should you have one? Should you attend one? See my 5 Tips for Divorce Parties to maximize the fun while mitigating risk.

This info saves lives

Far too many high-conflict separations and divorces end in intimate partner homicide. The current risk assessment tools, if implemented effectively, offer some preventative hope...but we need to know and use them to save lives. Be in the know!

Back-to-school tips for high conflict parents

Just ask a parent in a high-conflict situation...some of the helpful, sensible advice out there simply does not apply to their contentious parenting landscape. Here are some back-to-school tips for the 10% of parents facing this difficult reality.