Technology and Co-Parenting: Establishing Boundaries for Children and Screens
An increasing number of parents are concerned about the amount of “screen time” their children are getting. The term “screen time” applies to television, computers, tablets, phones, and any other
What is a “Right of First Refusal”?
When parents are discussing parenting time schedules, one thing that often comes up is “you won’t even be taking care of the children for your entire parenting time”. Sometimes, even
How to Choose the Right Reunification Therapist for Your Family
Reunification therapy can be necessary for a variety of reasons. Sometimes, a parent has not seen his/her child in a while. Other times, something has happened in the parent/child relationship
Three Tips for Making a Holiday Parenting Time Schedule
Many divorced/separated parents want to make sure that they are both given the opportunity to spend holidays with their children. This is called a Holiday Parenting Time Schedule and it
Can I Move Out of State with my Children?
Some parents have the mistaken belief that, if they have sole physical custody of their children, they can move out of state without permission from the other parent. However, whether
Co-Parenting: Three Ways to Make Summer Vacation Go Smoothly
Summer vacation provides children with a break from school and homework. This time of the year also provides an excellent opportunity for parents to spend more time with their children.
Changes in Family Law: Interference with Parenting Time
Has an ex-spouse interfered with your parenting time schedule? Divorcing parents often spend a great deal of time, and money, to get a parenting time schedule that promotes their child’s
Consistency in Parenting Time is No Pipe Dream
What every father wants for his children One of the most common types of cases I see is a case where an unmarried father wants to establish his rights over
I Am Going Through A Divorce In Minnesota And There Is No Parenting Time Schedule.
It is fairly typical for a divorce proceeding to begin and for both parents to have differing ideas on what time is appropriate for the other parent. Therefore, this