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“Sharenting”-Sharing Online about Parenting

Before you share that picture of your child online, or submit that post complaining about your child’s other parent, consider the consequences. In the article below, University of Florida Law Professor Stacey Steinberg addresses “sharenting,” or online sharing about parenting, and the potentially damaging effects our social media habits can have on our kids. We,… continue reading »

Children and Divorce

“Children should not be serving the intimate needs of a parent, or placed in the role of secret-keeper,” says Lisa M. Hooper, a researcher and professor at the University of Louisville, who has conducted extensive studies on the effects of parentification – when the parent projects their role on to the child.  In divorced families,… continue reading »

School Choice – Do you really have one?

In the majority of Dissolution of Marriage cases involving children, Shared Parental Responsibility (“SPR”) is awarded to both parties.  SPR has nothing to do with Parenting Time or Visitation.  SPR addresses each parent’s decision-making authority over their children’s such as their health, education and general welfare.  One can imagine the difficulties this can raise after… continue reading »