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…

Establishing Your Paternal Rights In Georgia

Establishing Your Paternal Rights In Georgia The process of establishing paternity rights in Georgia can be extremely difficult to navigate. Maternal rights are inherent at birth, but establishing a father’s rights can be far more complicated, especially in cases involving unmarried couples or divorce. When a father signs a birth certificate, he is not establishing…

How Social Media Can Affect Your Divorce

How Social Media Can Affect Your Divorce Social media is still relatively new, and its effect on divorces even more so. As with all emerging technology, the way social media will be used in court can (and will) significantly impact how cases are handled, and it’s important to understand how social media can hurt you…