custody

Custody: Seeing The End Game

By Evan Koslow / January 13, 2016

Two things I see most often from my clients in custody related matters: 1. focusing on what’s happening RIGHT NOW and 2. dwelling on the negative actions by the other parent. If you’ve been in a custody battle, perhaps you have said one of these complaints: “the kids didn’t call before bedtime when they are…

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Divorce and the Family Pet

By Evan Koslow / November 6, 2015

Despite feverish disputes over pet custody during divorce, courts consider pets property of a marriage rather than beings deserving of shared parenting time. According to a 2008 survey by the American Pet Products Association, 63 percent, or 71.1 million of U.S. households include pets – mostly dogs. Statistics also show that couples are having fewer…

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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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Custody and Paternity

By Evan Koslow / September 9, 2014

In Maryland, it is presumed that if the mother of the child was married when the child was conceived or delivered, that the husband of the mother is the father of the child. If you are unmarried and want to determine the father, or whether you are the father, you can file a Complaint for…

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