Most parents sincerely intend to do what is best for the children, especially during a divorce. Unfortunately for the children, all too often the parents do not agree between themselves what really is best for the kids. Such disagreements frequently lead to conflict. The conflict, in turn, causes stress, and the stress causes harm. That harm can manifest itself in any number of ways: Feelings … [Read more...] about Where is the voice of the child during divorce?
Three Texas-Sized Divorce e-Myths
There is quite a bit of misinformation on the internet today about divorce laws in Texas. In the post-information age in which we live, we can literally find an answer to any question within seconds at the touch of a button or a question to Alexa. However, finding accurate and relevant information can be much more challenging, especially when it comes to finding answers to … [Read more...] about Three Texas-Sized Divorce e-Myths
Futility on the Offensive
4 Reasons (Otherwise) Perfectly Rational Couples Choose to Litigate Rather Than Collaborate During Divorce. Divorcing couples confront many difficult choices: Where to live, how to parent, what to communicate, whether to forgive, and so on. Ironically, one of the choices given the shortest shrift is also one of the most important ones: “How to Get Divorced.” Yes, just as there is more than one … [Read more...] about Futility on the Offensive