We’ve written before on the importance of establishing some new routines and traditions after (or during) a tough separation and divorce. Sometimes if you focus on the simple things it can make the difficult and complicated seem easier to deal with, especially in a contentious custody case. The courts believe that they ought to do what is in the best interests of the kids, and so should you. This May, treat yourself and your kids to some soul-nourishing pizza. You can eat veggies some other day. Continue reading →
May 2nd through the 6th, 2022 is Teacher Appreciation Week in the United States. Join us in celebrating and honoring the tireless work that teachers do to nurture and educate the next generation!
Claire Talbert, Legal Assistant
Spring has sprung! While a lot of us in the United States are currently suffering from those pesky seasonal allergies, feeling the warm sun on our face and seeing blooming flowers on our morning commute revitalizes our spirit after a brisk winter. May Day is a holiday recognized on May 1st by countless cultures around the world. May Day signifies the beginning of new life and the return of warm weather! Continue reading →