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June 2013 Archives

Dividing Assets in a Divorce

In many of our divorce cases, the most challenging issue of couples with children is, indeed, the children. Specifically, who gets custody or is it shared, and, if so, how? For noncustodial parents, the issues of visitation and child support can be contentious. However, for childless couples, and for some with children, the most challenging issue can be the division of assets and debts. Here are some things to be aware of and remember to insure you get what you are entitled to.

Parental Alienation In Divorce - Is Your Child A Victim?

According to psychiatrist, Dr. Edward Kruk, parental alienation in divorce involves the "programming" of a child by one parent to denigrate the other "targeted" parent, in an effort to undermine and interfere with the child's relationship with that parent, and is often a sign of a parent's inability to separate from the couple conflict and focus on the needs of the child. Such denigration results in the child's emotional rejection of the targeted parent, and the loss of a capable and loving parent from the life of the child.