What is Parental Alienation?

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Parental alienation is often a concern during high-conflict divorces and child custody matters. It is not present in every case, and it can be very difficult to recognize with certainty even when it is actually occurring. One reason alienation can be so difficult to recognize is that the offending behavior

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How Does Divorce Affect Children’s Academic Performance?

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If you are a father who has recently gone through a breakup or are considering separating from your spouse, you are likely wondering how does divorce affect children’s academic performance. Divorce can be earth shattering for children, and one of the biggest challenges for divorced parents is helping their kids

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Co-Parenting Communication Dos and Don’ts – Men’s Divorce Podcast

Cordell & Cordell Executive/Managing Partner, CEO Scott Trout and Litigation Attorney Michael Carano Jr. discuss how to effective communicate when co-parenting with your ex-spouse. They discuss the importance of communicating effectively when co-parenting, its potential impact on your parenting time, how to communicate when your ex is disagreeable, tools for proper communication when

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Changing School Districts With Joint Custody

Question: My ex-wife and I share 50/50 custody and disagree about changing our kids’ school districts. She wants to pull our kids out of the school district they have been in their whole lives (the one in my neighborhood) and enroll them in a school district closer to her a

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Pet Custody: Who Keeps the Dog in Divorce?

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Increasingly, pet custody is becoming a source of contention in family law cases. For one thing, there are more pet owners than ever before. During the COVID-19 pandemic, dog and cat adoptions increased by up to 250%. When you couple that spike with the fact that up to 95% of

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