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Four Tactics for Managing A High Conflict Divorce

By Evan Koslow / February 6, 2017

Is your divorce not working out amicably? Is every conversation a yelling match? This very common situation is referred to as a high-conflict divorce. Makes sense, right? Parents who are able to communicate amicably during a divorce have the luxury of being able to figure out a lot of their answers through regular communication. For some…

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Grandparents Rights and Options for Custody

By Evan Koslow / January 26, 2017

I have written a few blog posts about the difficulties grandparents face when trying to obtain custody or access to their minor grandchildren if the biological or adopted parents of the child do not want them to have custody or even access. However, According to the 2010 U.S. Census Bureau responses, 2.7 million grandchildren are…

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Attorney Won’t Take Your Case? Here Are Some Reasons Why

By Evan Koslow / January 19, 2017

Here are a few reasons why a family law attorney may ultimately decide to NOT take your case: 1. Not Putting the Best Interest of The Child First No decent lawyer will participate in representation that is focused on a result that is obviously not in a child’s best interest. For example: a mother who…

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How To Handle School Age Children and Divorce

By Evan Koslow / January 5, 2017

Tell Your Child First Were you thinking of telling your child’s teacher about your divorce before telling your child? Bad idea. Here’s an example of how not telling your child first could backfire: On Friday afternoon when you’re picking your child up from school you mention to the teacher that you’re getting divorced and that…

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How to Get Through a Divorce

By Evan Koslow / January 3, 2017

Going through a divorce can be overwhelming to all aspects of your life, especially if there are minor children involved. Step 1: Seek Help I highly recommend that you seek out professional help and not base your decision on what people may think (or may have done in their own divorce), and to do what’s…

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Why Talk To An Attorney?

By Evan Koslow / December 8, 2016

Typically, when someone comes to my office it is because they have decided to separate from their spouse and want to move forward with the divorce process. However, you might be surprised to know that there are other reasons to meet with a family law attorney. Someone may be experiencing a tough time in their…

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Five Co-Parenting Problems and Solutions

By Evan Koslow / December 6, 2016

If you separate from the other parent of your child, more often than not you will still need to interact and co-parent with that individual. There are many things that can go wrong when co-parenting. Here are five of the most common mistakes parents make and some suggestions for what you can do when you…

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Why Is My Divorce Taking So Long?

By Evan Koslow / November 16, 2016

“How long will it take for my case to be finalized?” This is a question I often hear when I meet with clients. My response is always: “it depends.” As an attorney, I can only control portions of the process, which can cause frustrating – and expensive – delays. Here are three of the most…

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What Is Parental Alienation and Why It Hurts Everyone

By Evan Koslow / November 10, 2016

Parental alienation is perhaps the worst experience any family can go through while also going through a divorce or separation. Parental Alienation is defined as one parent turning a child or children against the other parent through disparaging remarks and sometimes keeping the child away from the other parent for no reason. As a matter…

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Is There A Custody Bias?

By Evan Koslow / November 2, 2016

Let’s talk frankly here: as I’ve mentioned before, Judges are human and each has their own life history and experiences that might influence the factors they must consider when determining what custody arrangement is in a child’s best interest. The court cannot give someone custody based on the fact that that person is a mother…

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