Posts Tagged ‘parenting’

Two huge mistakes to avoid when it comes to debt and divorce

Reading Time: 3 minutes Two huge mistakes to avoid when it comes to debt and divorce Divorce is hard.  No kidding, right?  It’s for sure one of the most stressful events anyone would ever have to go through.  And after all the papers are finally signed and you think the worst is behind you, that’s when the mistakes you…

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High Conflict Custody: False Allegations and Parental Alienation

Reading Time: 10 minutes   High Conflict Custody: False Allegations and Parental Alienation       Intro   This blog is especially for dads and men involved in high conflict custody cases. Even women, and people from of all walks of life may benefit from it as well. Hopefully, through awareness, education, and people taking the proper legal action,…

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How is Child Custody Determined? South Carolina

Reading Time: 11 minutes   Mr. Forman is a leading expert in family law and has been practicing law for over 20 years. He is knowledgeable, insightful, and provides some really good, sound judgement. If you are in South Carolina, we highly recommend that you reach out to Mr. Forman to discuss your case. His practice is located in…

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BFF vs Parenting

Reading Time: 4 minutes This is a topic that is so relevant today as we see an increase in parents attempting to shield their children from reality in an effort to protect them. Is this harmful or helpful?… Does it create stability or does this set up our children up for greater struggles? Research Approximately 3 years ago a…

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5 keys to win in court

Reading Time: 6 minutes As a practicing family law attorney, there is not a day that goes by where I do not speak with a Father who has given up on being in his child’s life. He has gone through every terrible situation imaginable with the child’s mother and just feels that every time he has tried to fight,…

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Fatherless Children Statistics

Reading Time: 2 minutes Dads and Fathers Matter! So, on the way to work in the car this morning, I heard the radio host state that “Moms were twice as important as dads.” Do what!?? I said to myself…  Seems a little sexist don’t you think??  Can you imagine a man saying that men are twice as important or…

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