The One Thing Most Divorcing Parents Don’t Know: The Path to an Amicable Divorce Photo of Michele Hart I have practiced law for 24 years and the past 18 years, I have focused exclusively on divorce and family law cases. I always knew I wanted to be a lawyer. I admired the power that I believed lawyers had to “win” rights for the clients they served. After all, I’ve always been a fighter. I have been knocked down a few times but I always found the strength and determination to get up and get back in the game.
Michele Hart Divorce & Family Law< I have practiced law for 24 years and the past 18 years, I have focused exclusively on divorce and family law cases. I always knew I wanted to be a lawyer. I admired the power that I believed lawyers had to “win” rights for the clients they served. After all, I’ve always been a fighter. I have been knocked down a few times but I always found the strength and determination to get up and get back in the game.
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The One Thing Most Divorcing Parents Don’t Know: The Path to an Amicable Divorce

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The One Thing Most Divorcing Parents Don’t Know: The Path to an Amicable Divorce

If you are considering divorce, it’s common to want to avoid or postpone divorce to protect your kids. As a family lawyer for over 20 years, I often hear parents voice intense concern that their kids would have a hard

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Divorce and Kids: What Your Children Are Likely Thinking and the Four Answers They Need

Divorce can be tough – and when you have kids, you might tend to worry about how they’ll handle this difficult transition. As a family lawyer for over 20 years and a former teen of divorced parents, I know all

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Three Tips for Navigating the Holidays for Separated or Divorced Parents

Divorce can be one of life’s most difficult transitions.  If you’re a parent and are recently separated or divorced, here are 3 tips for sharing the kids with your spouse during the holidays. 1.        Have your lawyer

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Why It’s Important to Protect Your Child if Your Spouse is an Alcoholic

Scary statistics show that alcoholism affects about 18 million adults in the U.S. and 6.6 million children younger than 18 years old live in households with at least one alcoholic parent.  This post identifies how your kids might be affected by having

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Should you Move Out of the Marital Home When You Decide to Divorce?

When you and your spouse decide to divorce, it can be difficult to remain together in the marital home.  Young kids, in particular, can often sense the discord or hostility between you and your spouse.  Even if there is no

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Powerful Co-Parenting Checklist to Ease Divorce Transition for Kids

No doubt about it –  divorce is a topsy-turvy crazy emotional time  – for kids and parents alike.  And trying to be a good parent when you’re at your worst can be overwhelming and exhausting. As both a child of divorce

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Is “Nesting” Right for You? When Kids Stay in the Home and Separated Parents Move Out

When you’re a separated or divorcing parent, chances are you’re concerned about the kids if you or your spouse were to move out of the home. To help ease the transition for kids, more divorcing parents are considering a parenting

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What You Don’t Know But Should About Shared Child Custody

If you’re a separated or divorcing parent, one of the first things to do is to determine when and how your kids will spend time with each parent. When parents decide to divorce, children need to know and understand what

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The Key to Custody and Parenting Time Agreements Without Going to Court

If you have kids and are separated or divorced, this post is for you – especially if you want to stay out of court. The big takeaway is this – be able to master the Herculean task of negotiating and

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The One Thing Divorcing Parents Can Do To Protect The Kids And Save Money On Lawyers

Divorce is hard.  And it can be very hard on kids.  But not for the reasons you might think.  The hardest thing about my parents’ divorce when I was 13 was not the divorce itself.  It was the ongoing fighting and

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