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Children are more capable of adapting to parental separation if their parents function effectively. Each parent will develop his or her own style of parenting, and each parent should be tolerant of the other’s parenting style with respect to that parent’s ability to make day-to-day decisions when the children are with him or her.
Can a parent sue another parent for monetary damages, when parental alienation is taking place, and the relief granted by the divorce or family court is inadequate to stop it?
Each year our firm conducts an annual Legal Workshop for Mental Health Professionals on issues of family law that could help attendees assist their patients experiencing marital difficulties, divorce and related issues. In many cases, the involvement of mental health professionals in differing capacities can assist in avoiding time-consuming and costly litigation.
As you are going through divorce, you should follow some hints to ensure you can avoid allowing this decision to negatively affect your children. There are some ways to keep your children from being affected long-term by your divorce, but you have to pay attention to certain behaviors of yours that may be hurting them.
In any family dispute that involves children whether it is a separation, a divorce or some other negotiation, parents need to devise a parenting plan which will address certain questions.
The following is a list of some of the parenting issues that should be discussed during the divorce mediation process.
So often I am asked ’What can we do to help our kids through the divorce?’ While this is a wide-open question who’s answers range from very simple to quite complex, there are some general and major points to be made.
A separation or divorce will inevitably have a profound effect upon children, and at times it can even be devastating to them. The ’good news’ is that divorce needn’t leave long-lasting psychological scars, and a lot depends on how you handle things. Take heart in knowing that you can make an enormous difference in how the children fare.
As of October 2010, New York became the final state to enact no-fault divorce. Prior to October 2010, one (1) spouse would have to invoke grounds against the other, such as accusing the other of abandonment or cruel and inhuman treatment; or they could live separate and apart for one (1) year or more based on a written separation agreement filed with the court. There are several different New York Grounds for Divorce.
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Author: Mary L. Boland, Attorney at Law
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