Children and finances are two driving factors in a divorce. How will your children handle the idea of their parents separating and how will your bank accounts suffer? Finding a separate living space, especially one that can accommodate your children, during your divorce is difficult. It is difficult to imagine your children living somewhere other than their home.
The parents have filed suit, went to mediation, attended trial, or settled their issues as they relate to child custody, visitation, and support. As a result, the parents have a visitation and holiday schedule, established modes of communication, and settled on child support. The parents are satisfied or as best as they can be in the situation. Anything missing?
As previously discussed in an earlier #FamilyFriday article, the Court, upon request, will schedule a Pendente Lite (PL) hearing while the parties wait for their final hearing. What happens if you disagree with the Court’s order for Pendente Lite relief? What if the Court denies any Pendente Lite relief? On this week’s #FamilyFriday article, the attorneys of ERA Law Group, LLC discuss the process for filing Exceptions.
It’s difficult for families to decide how to split holidays when they separate. Neither parent or family want to experience their holidays without their children. So, what do you do? What are your options? On this week’s #FamilyFriday article, the attorneys of ERA Law Group, LLC discuss various options for developing a fair and reasonable access schedule.
On this week’s #FamilyFriday article the attorneys at ERA Law Group, LLC want to discuss the importance of Parenting Plans. You’ve heard it, we’ve written about it, and everyone knows it – divorce can get ugly and children are often the first to suffer. Parenting Plans encourage parents to focus on the needs of their children, how best to co-parent, and how to anticipate and/or address the various changes in their lives at the time of its creation and in the future.
You’ve filed an action in Court for child custody, child support, and/or visitation. Meanwhile it’s been months since you’ve gotten financial support, visitation is inconsistent, and you’re concerned with the current living arrangements. Your hearing date is months away or worse, not even scheduled. What do you while you wait for your hearing? On this week’s #FamilyFriday article, the attorney’s at ERA Law Group, LLC want to help families understand how to obtain temporary relief by way of a Pendente Lite hearing.