Facebook v. Divorce

January 11, 2012

Can your spouse use your Facebook as evidence against you during a divorce? Raleigh divorce attorney, Melissa Essick, joins us this week to discussĀ  what NOT to post on your Facebook once separated, as well as what North Carolina courts and couples define as a separation.

Your Child’s Divorce

February 21, 2008

You were there through everything else, but it’s not easy to watch your child go through a divorce. Marsha Temlock, author of “Your Child’s Divorce: What to Expect — What You Can Do” and retired vocational counselor, answers questions in an interesting Wall Street Journal article about accepting your child’s divorce, helping to stabilize their […]

Tough Job is Seen as Tougher for Mom and Dad

July 13, 2007

In a recent nationwide study conducted by the Pew Research Center, 70% of the public say it’s more difficult being a mother today than 20 or 30 years ago, and 60% agree that it’s more difficult being a father now than in the past. What’s responsible for the changing difficulties? Social factors appear to be […]

What is a Parenting Coordinator?

June 15, 2007

Parenting coordinators are a child-focused method of alternative dispute resolution used in high conflict child custody cases. A parenting coordinator is a neutral third-party brought into custody cases to reduce the level of conflict by helping the parents make better decisions concerning the parenting of their children. Rosen Law Firm’s recent article on Parenting Coordinators […]