Alternatives to Court Post-Decree

Alternatives to Court Post-Decree

Fortunately, if you have a post-decree dispute there are alternatives to court. This can be an opportunity to hit the “reset” button on your relationship with the other party. You can choose not to make it a fight. It can be a particularly important turning point if the issue involves children. You will likely have many challenges as parents well into the future. Learning to manage bumps in the road and resolve issues out of court can greatly improve your life and the lives of your children. Research shows that children suffer long-term effects from prolonged court battles between their … Read more

Parenting Time Disputes

Parenting Time Disputes

When the parents disagree, trouble follows. If you are getting sideways with the other parent about parenting time, try first to work it out. An amicable solution may seem “pie in the sky” but please try in good faith. Keep copies of all your communications. Parenting Time Disputes There are a number of common scenarios that result in parenting time disputes. It may be that one parent consistently drops a child off late. Or perhaps one parent is consistently refusing to comply with a holiday or vacation parenting time schedule. Sometimes a parent consistently schedules extracurricular activities (like club soccer) on top … Read more