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Two Dads and a Mom

By Ellen S. Fischer, Esquire, Collaborative Law Professionals of Southeastern Pennsylvania. The definition of a family is rapidly changing. It has become ordinary for two parent households to consist of either a mom and a dad or two dads or two moms. But now there are...

Divorced Parents, Living Close for the Children’s Sake

By RONNIE KOENIGJAN. 15, 2016, New York Times.  Four years ago, Cristina Gitti and Matteo Bologna, the parents of two daughters, decided to divorce. But they parted ways by only a flight of stairs. The couple opted to stay put with their girls in the brownstone they...

The Price They Pay: Older Children and Divorce

By Barbara S. Cain: Barbara S. Cain is a clinical supervisor at the Psychological Clinic at the University of Michigan. She has written frequently on the impact of divorce on parents and children. February 18, 1990, The New York Times.  THEY WERE MORE SANGUINE ABOUT...

The Impact of Divorce on Young Children and Adolescents

Carl E Pickhardt Ph.D., December 19, 2011, Psychology Today. Young children and adolescents can respond differently to divorce In response to my blog about single parenting adolescents, I received this email request: "I was wondering if you could address the effects...

This Divorce Arrangement Stresses Kids Out Most

Mandy Oaklander, April 27, 2015, TIME Regarding the wellbeing of kids with divorced parents, the debate over what kind of custody arrangement is best rages on. But a new study, published Monday in the Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health, suggests that...

How You Can Restructure Your Family Without Destroying It

Ann Levin, The Legal Intelligencer, January 19, 2016. Divorce is a reality for many people and impacts more than the couple when children are involved. Mothers and fathers stress over the impact that a decision to divorce will have on their children. Often the...

Why You Should Choose Collaborative Law For Your Divorce

Posted on Norristown Family Law Blog On behalf of Law Offices of Maribeth Blessing, LLC  The traditional legal system is designed to be adversarial – there are two sides fighting against each other, trying to “win.” While this system may work for many legal issues, it...