Non-Custodial…Mom?

My son has lived with his father, my fearless co-parent and former husband, full-time for 14 years, and only recently did I manage to ditch my iPhone for an hour-long yoga class. I got divorced. My ex assumed residential custody. I never stopped being Mom. You don’t stop being a parent when your child is …

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Co-Parenting Constructively, Not Contentiously Part 1: Is An Attorney Truly Necessary?

Co-parenting with an ex of any sort -boyfriend, girlfriend, spouse, partner - is difficult during the best of times. The reasons your relationship didn’t work out will come into play each and every time you interact with your ex, whether you want them to or not. Being a co-parent means putting aside all of the …

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An “Alleged Incapacitated Person” aka OK, Our Child Has A Disability. Now What Do We Do?

Parents see their children with their hearts, not their objective minds. That makes it exceedingly difficult to accept it when the unexpected - a cognitive impairment, a learning disability, a spectrum disorder - starts to impact their child. Michelle Krone, an attorney at Price, Meese, Schulman & D’Arminio, P.C. in Woodcliff Lake, NJ does an …

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