When a client comes into my office with a divorce matter involving minor children, I always tell him or her that, even after divorce, he or she will still be in a relationship with an ex-spouse until–at the very earliest–all of their children have turned eighteen. Dr. Mark Banschick, a diplomat of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, discusses this and other issues in the following video from The Intelligent Divorce:
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I previous wrote about filing fees in Hillsborough County and Pinellas County. In this post I review current filing fees in the Sixth Judicial Circuit, Pasco County, for common family law matters. A person who initiates a family law case (the “Petitioner”) will pay the following:
I previous wrote about filing fees in Hillsborough County. In this post I review current filing fees in the Sixth Judicial Circuit, Pinellas County, for common family law matters. A person who initiates a family law case (the “Petitioner”) will pay the following:
For most types of family law actions, a party needs to pay a fee to the clerk of the court when he or she files a petition. Current filing fees for the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit (Hillsborough County) for common family law matters are as follows:
In the following episode of Uninterrupted Divorce, a teenager provides advice to both children and parents who are experiencing high-conflict divorces in their family:
The series Uninterrupted Divorce continues in this episode, which discusses time-sharing schedules from a teenager’s perspective:
I just came across a series of fantastic short videos entitled Divorce Uninterrupted that provides teens a platform to express their views and give advice to parents and other teens who are experiencing a divorce in their family. The series is produced by Uninterrupted.tv, whose mission statement is as follows:
We believe that media can empower youth, showcase their brilliance and individuality, and extend a positive message to teens and adults alike. Uninterrupted.tv is dedicated to teens and parents and provides a safe space for communication, daily inspiration, and overall support.
Feel free to view the first episode after the jump.
Dr. Jennifer Hartstein, a child and adolescent psychologist, provides the following tips for co-parenting after divorce (from CBS News):
1. Be respectful: Don’t disparage one another: treat one another with respect and demonstrate positive conflict resolution. Don’t act out your hurt and anger on your children, or talk about your negative feelings toward the other parent around your children. It could promote resentment within your child.
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