Divorce and Separation

who pays for extracurricular activities after divorce
September 15, 2022

Who Pays for Extracurricular Activities in Divorce in Washington State?

For parents, divorce often raises many questions surrounding extracurricular activities. These questions usually include whether the children will get to participate in the extracurricular activities (sports, performing arts classes, music lessons, art classes, etc.) they did before the divorce, expanded...

when a co-parent can no longer care for your kids
August 11, 2022

What Happens if You are Divorced and Your Co-Parent Can No Longer Care for Your Kids?

The expression “in sickness and in health” is common in wedding ceremonies of all faiths. So when most people recite these words, it is probably safe to assume that they envision themselves married at a time when the unthinkable may...

Can a judge stop you from seeing your children if you are unvaccinated
March 3, 2022

Can a Judge Prevent You From Seeing Your Children If You’re Unvaccinated?

A Canadian judge recently said yes. According to this article from Insider, a judge ruled an unvaccinated father would not be permitted to see his three children in person because one of the children is immunocompromised. The couple divorced in...

Family navigating the holidays for children and young adults of divorce
December 16, 2021

How to Navigate Holiday Challenges for Children and Young Adults of Divorce

Holidays with family can be stressful no matter what the circumstances. They are especially challenging for children with multiple family units due to their parents remarrying and creating new, blended families. For some children, these challenges may include additional extended family, siblings,...