Co-Parenting During the COVID-19 Crisis

The spread of COVID-19 has brought many unexpected changes to families all over the country. Schools have closed their doors, parents are working from home, children are unable to go play with their friends — the typical household dynamic is different now.   This change has been especially difficult for divorced parents who are trying…

Benefits of Modern Co-Parenting

The “typical” method of co-parenting has changed drastically over the last decade. In the early 2010s, standard visitation plans commonly included alternating weekends for the non-custodial parent and extended visitation as a privilege. Today, we see a huge increase in the number of parents opting for a joint-custody plan where their time is split more…

What Should I Do If My Ex Stops Paying Child Support?

Raising and caring for children after a divorce is not only hard work, but it’s also expensive. Many single parents depend on child support to provide basic necessities for their children. When a non-custodial parent stops paying child support, the custodial parent faces the burden of financial hardship and ultimately, the children may suffer. If…