Navigating Difficult Conversations: Telling Your Kids and Family About Divorce
Navigating Difficult Conversations: Telling Your Kids and Family About Divorce Divorce is never an easy decision, and one of the most challenging aspects can be breaking the news to your children and extended family. The conversation is delicate, filled with emotions, and requires a gentle approach. Here are some heartfelt suggestions on how to navigate
Turning the Page: How to Approach Divorce with Confidence
Turning the Page: How to Approach Divorce with Confidence Introduction: Facing the Reality of Divorce Divorce is never an easy decision, nor is it a straightforward process. It’s a journey filled with emotional upheavals and critical decisions. At Jones Family Law Group, we understand the intricacies of this challenging time and are here to
Staying Healthy: Habits and Tips to Embrace After a Divorce
Divorce is undeniably one of life’s most challenging events. As you transition into this new chapter, it’s crucial to prioritize your well-being. At Jones Family Law Group, we’ve seen firsthand the transformative power of maintaining health and wellness post-divorce. Here are some vital habits and tips to keep you on the path of healing and
Divorce Lingo Glossary: Common Family Law & Divorce Terms for Our Clients
Having trouble following along when your attorney gives you an update? Confused by what the Judge had to say? You are not alone. Unfortunately, lawyers and Judges often speak and write using words that are unfamiliar and uncommon. Terms and words which may be commonplace in the legal world may need some extra explanation. Here
When Is It OK to Drop My Spouse from My Health Insurance Coverage?
Figuring out health insurance coverage for yourself can be tough, not to mention the responsibility of covering a spouse and/or dependents. The end of a marriage is one big reason people often want to cancel their spouse’s coverage. And with many insurance companies raising monthly premiums for spouses, partners and dependents, it may no longer
What’s a QDRO, and Do I Need One for Divorce?
In divorce, details matter. Making sure the right forms are completed and filed can make all the difference between receiving the assets to which you’re entitled, and wondering what happened. If you’re divorcing or already divorced and/or receive child support, a Qualified Domestic Relations Order (QDRO) may be required to receive your share of the
Co-Parents: Could Nesting Work for You?
Children of divorced parents typically divide their time between each parent’s home. “Nesting,” sometimes called birdnesting, represents a fairly new approach to co-parenting. The child remains in one home (the family “nest”), and the parents take turns rotating in and out of the home. Would nesting work for you? Nesting requires an enormous amount of
Ask These Questions Before You Tie the Knot
You’re in love, maybe you’re engaged to be married, and you know everything about your betrothed. Or do you? Unfortunately, it’s not uncommon to see couples seeking to divorce because of issues that could have been discovered, discussed — and oftentimes resolved — before they ever walked down the aisle. So, don’t assume — ask. Reviewing important
Best Practices: How to Preserve Text Messages for Divorce Court
Sitting down with a divorce attorney for that initial consultation is a big step. You undoubtedly have lots of questions–and maybe a feeling that you aren’t even sure what questions to ask. An experienced attorney will guide you through the process. But there are several steps you can take in advance to ensure you
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