Riverside Family Law Blog

Co-parenting in the time of COVID

Co-parenting is a challenge, no matter how long parents have been doing it or how amicable they are. There are simply some issues that parents disagree on or cannot anticipate. For instance, if you co-parent, you likely never expected to be navigating this arrangement...

5 ways to make the holidays easier after divorce

If you divorced this year, the upcoming holidays might well be more stressful than joyful. However, you can make it easier to navigate this time of year so that it is more enjoyable as you adjust to a new normal. If you are recently divorced, consider the following...

Does a spouse have anger issues?

Feeling angry from time to time is natural, but some people seem to feel angry all the time. This can make them difficult to be around, particularly for spouses, children or others who come in contact with them. These people are volatile, demanding and cause enormous...

Bad habits for the newly divorced

Divorce can have a seismic impact on peoples’ lives. Spouses and parents often go through a period of adjustment as they navigate parenting plans, support two households, and live independently. Because they no longer live under the same roof, parents will need to...

Spying on spouses has never been easier

People walking around certain parts of the city or public gathering spaces are used to seeing security cameras. They are mounted outside at intersections and inside at malls, bars and stores. People may or may not be aware of this, depending on how discreet the camera...

Divorce in the era of social media

Social media is a ubiquitous part of life for many of us. People use it to share triumphs, setbacks, and the mundane with friends, family and others. It can seem harmless to post updates or shots from a family trip, a night out with the girls, or a child's...

Understanding ‘best interests of the child’

When parents divorce or break up, they may disagree on what custody arrangement is in their child's best interests. Often, these disagreements stem from the fact that they do not understand what "best interests of the child" means in the legal sense. Factors that...

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