Parental Alienation Against a Mother or a Father


May 19th, 2022 . Tiffany M. Hughes

Does the other parent of your child go out of their way to limit your time with your child? Does the other parent speak poorly about you in front of your child? Does the other parent refuse to share important information or major updates with you abo...

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My Job Description for “Mom.” Happy Mother’s Day!


May 8th, 2022 . Jackie Pilossoph

I’ve had several different careers over the course of my professional life. Most of the work has been challenging and enjoyable, some were easy and fun, a couple paid well but were unfulfilling, a couple paid horrible but were fun, and one job I ha...

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What Do You Do When a Child is Overly Attached to One Parent?


March 21st, 2022 . Jackie Pilossoph

A really really hard part about getting divorced with young kids, is helping them adapt to going from Mom's house to Dad's house and back. It's brutal, and I can still vividly remember how much it hurt, watching my kids at 3 and 5 try to figure out w...

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Co-parenting and COVID: a Divorce Attorney’s Advice


January 25th, 2022 . Tiffany M. Hughes

Co-parenting isn’t always easy; especially at the beginning of a divorce. But add COVID into the mix, and co-parenting just got even more challenging. Since the pandemic began, I have seen parents make countless mistakes surrounding co-parenting an...

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Divorced With Kids? 20 Co-Parenting Tips


November 1st, 2021 . Jackie Pilossoph

Isn’t the concept of being divorced with kids kind of ironic? Think about it. You and your spouse decide you don’t want to live together any longer, you want to get divorced, you don’t want to be a couple, and chances are the amount of resentme...

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