April 8th, 2021 by mjp-admin
Divorce can be a traumatic experience in which every aspect of a person’s life is on display and the concept of “privacy” is lost. Lawyers and Judges assess your personal life, your property, your finances, your relationship with your children… It can be overwhelming and can feel like you have no control over any part of the process.
March 3rd, 2021 by mjp-admin
Family broke up, divorce, co-parenting
Many people approach divorce as an “escape hatch” from a difficult relationship, and assume that after the divorce they will never have to have another tough conversation with their ex. It comes as a surprise to them that, if they share children, they will be co-parenting with their ex-spouse for many years,
February 12th, 2021 by mjp-admin
Not long ago our lives were in a rhythm and while every day was different, most of us could settle into a routine “way of life”. The rise of COVID-19 and the need for social distancing changed everything and divorce law was no different. For years the best divorce lawyers would learn new details of the practice as they arose,
February 5th, 2021 by mjp-admin
Valentine’s Day is almost here and couples everywhere are making plans of how to spend the special day together. The reality for many newly divorced couples is that holidays like Valentine’s Day challenge them to navigate a “new norm”. Whether they worked with one of the top divorce lawyers or one of the best divorce mediators, newly divorced couples cannot fall back on the traditions and routines that they enjoyed with their children and their family. Read more…
July 14th, 2020 by mjp-admin
Are you preparing for divorce? When is the best time to tell loved ones and how do you break the news? Learn how to tell your family about a divorce here.
Dealing with a divorce is an extremely trying and stressful time for all parties involved.
preparing for a divorce, how and when should you tell your family and loved
ones about the unfortunate news?
April 8th, 2020 by mjp-admin
Sometimes during the divorce
process, couples have nuanced issues that require expertise beyond my scope. To
help them, I have a team of trusted colleagues who I rely on to guide clients
through financial or emotional struggles. During this blog series, I have asked
members of my team to come up with some important tips to help divorcing
couples during the process.