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FAQ About Grandparents’ Rights To Child Custody

By Evan Koslow / August 24, 2016

Here are answers to frequently asked questions about Grandparent’s Rights and Third Party Custody: What if I am NOT the parent of the child, can I still file for custody? Generally, third party custody matters involve grandparents. However, anyone seeking custody of a child who is not their biological (or adopted) parent, the individual(s) must…

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6 Tips To Make Co-Parenting Easier

By Evan Koslow / August 1, 2016

If your custody arrangement or court-order modification requires consistent co-parenting, here are six ways to make the back-and-forth schedules easier on everyone: 1. Know your triggers What triggers your anger or annoyance with the other parent? Late pick-ups? Lack of discipline in the other parent’s house? Fed up with clothes and belongings being lost or…

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Solutions For Dealing With A Narcissistic Parent

By Evan Koslow / July 18, 2016

Problem: Narcissists Don’t Understand Boundaries. What should you do when your ex comes to pick up the kids and screams curse words in front of your children and the neighborhood? You may be divorced, but you feel defenselessness to these outbursts. Solution: Set Your Boundaries — and stick to them. Make it clear that behavior…

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What About The House?

By Evan Koslow / June 20, 2016

Jointly owned real property is almost always where the money is in divorce cases. For this reason, it is also the biggest contention in a divorce, especially if there are minor children involved. In Maryland, the court will order the property to be sold UNLESS there are minor children involved, or if specifically requested in…

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5 Ways to Make Your Separation Better for Your Children

By Evan Koslow / February 20, 2016

All parents worry about their children, and for parents who are separated, the worrying is exacerbated. Would the children have been better off if they had “stuck it out” until the children are out of the house? Are the children being denied a “happy childhood”? The list of worries goes on and on. The truth…

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Reunification Therapy

By Evan Koslow / October 29, 2015

You might have heard about the Judge in Michigan who put three children in juvenile detention for refusing to visit with their father. Well now the same Judge has ordered the children to attend reunification therapy with their father. What is reunification therapy? When children grow up in an atmosphere of parental alienation, their primary…

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Domestic Violence and its Effect on the Family

By Evan Koslow / September 12, 2014

October is Domestic Violence Awareness month and I want to take this opportunity to write about the effect that domestic violence has on the family and dispel some myths. . Studies show that children who grow up in a household with domestic violence are more likely than children who did not grow up in a…

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