Divorce and Mental Health Issues

As your Mahopac divorce lawyer and New Fairfield divorce lawyer, I will expose any mental health issues your ex may have to give you an advantage in custody proceedings.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/sharon-zarozny/handling-extra-difficult-_b_4074733.html

Divorce and Mental Health

In any divorce, you need to take care of yourself after taking care of your kids.  As your Mahopac divorce lawyer and New Fairfield divorce lawyer I will guide you to some good resources.

 

http://www.care2.com/greenliving/mental-illness-divorce-what-you-need-to-know.html

Withhold Visitation for No Child Support?

Better to take him (or her!) to court, which as your Mahopac divorce lawyer, Mahopac family law lawyer, New Fairfield divorce lawyer, and New Fairfield family law lawyer I will help you do!

http://singleparents.about.com/od/legalissues/f/withhold_visits.htm

Withholding Child Support Because No Visitation, and Vice Versa

Contrary to popular myth, you cannot withhold child support if your ex withholds visitation, nor can you withhold visitation because of nonpayment.

As your Mahopac divorce lawyer, Mahopac family law lawyer, New Fairfield divorce lawyer, and New Fairfield family law lawyer, I will show you the proper, most effective ways to seek the relief you deserve for your ex’s noncompliance.

http://www.divorcenet.com/resources/child-custody/child-visitation/how-deal-ex-spouse-withholding-child-visitation

Divorce and Relocation Part 2

Interesting article on divorce and relocation with children.  As your Mahopac divorce lawyer and New Fairfield divorce lawyer, I think it is best, but not always realistic, for children to live close to both parents.

Negotiating a Divorce Settlement

Interesting article on divorce and negotiations.  As your Mahopac divorce lawyer and New Fairfield divorce lawyer I will fight when necessary, but also recommend considering negotiating a settlement that works for you.

Divorce and Relocation

As part of any divorce, typically the custodial parent agrees not to move the children too far from the former marital residence.  These clauses are negotiable and it is usually practicable to draft one that satisfies all parties’ concerns.

http://www.divorcesource.com/ds/relocation/provisions-against-relocation-in-order-209.shtml