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In pursuing a divorce, you have choices with respect to the process that you use to reach a global resolution. There are four different process choices: (1) litigation; (2) negotiations without judicial intervention; (3) mediation; and (4) Collaborative Law. If you and your spouse cannot agree on a custody arrangement through negotiations, mediation, or in…

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In-person, virtual, or hybrid learning? Whether you are already divorced or are in the process of separating, it is unlikely that the answers to these questions made it into your separation agreement or the divorce negotiations. Of course, there may have been heated discussions of whether to send your children to private or public school,…

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It is a difficult time. The brevity of that statement belies the complex and novel circumstances that many of us are experiencing. While COVID-19 is now part of our collective psyche, each of us brings forth our own version of what it means, the best way to cope and care for our children. For some,…

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Covid-19, coronavirus, custody, children and complaining all start with the letter “C”: “It’s not my day.” “It’s your day.” “It’s your weekend.” “It’s not my weekend.” “Bring them back.” “Pick them up.” Whatever the pronouncement, what do you do when your ex’s response is “coronavirus,” the code word for “I don’t care”? Do you take…

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For the past 13 years, the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, the premier interdisciplinary and international association of professionals dedicated to the resolution of family conflict, has held an annual symposium on the topic of child custody.  During the symposium, family lawyers, psychiatrists, researchers, judges, professors, and other professionals from across the world discuss,…

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