FAQ: How To Handle Co-Parenting Issues

Kathy Minella Child Custody & Visitation, Family Law Blog

Parenting is challenging under any circumstances, but if you’re co-parenting with an uncooperative former spouse, conflicts that were molehills during your marriage suddenly become mountains. In an ideal world, divorced parents develop a direct line of communication with each other on childcare issues, but sometimes lingering resentments or a plain …

Kathy MinellaFAQ: How To Handle Co-Parenting Issues
phone and tablet

Top 5 Items Not to Post on Facebook While Going Through a Divorce

Kathy Minella Divorce, Uncategorized

Social media and divorce do not mix. While one might think that complete deletion of all platforms- Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Snapchat, Instagram, and whatever else may become popular in the time that is posted- this is not always the case. Deactivating your account, can be viewed as though you are …

Kathy MinellaTop 5 Items Not to Post on Facebook While Going Through a Divorce
protecting separate property

5 Tips For Protecing Separate Property During A Divorce

Kathy Minella Division of Marital Assets, Divorce, Family Law Blog

5 Tips For Protecting Separate Property During A Divorce Marriage can be a wonderful and blissful union. However, some find the bliss turns into disdain over time and divorce may become an option. As a result, you may find you are completely stressed about losing property, owing debtors and protecting …

Kathy Minella5 Tips For Protecing Separate Property During A Divorce
how to maintain full custody

From Primary to Full Custody: 5 Tips on How to Maintain Full Child Custody

Kathy Minella Child Custody & Visitation, Family Law Blog

5 Tips on How to Maintain Full Custody If divorces weren’t already one of the most stressful things a person can ever go through in their life, the addition of custody battles over children brings a new painful and complex element to the mix. How to maintain full custody of …

Kathy MinellaFrom Primary to Full Custody: 5 Tips on How to Maintain Full Child Custody

Defining a No Fault Divorce

Kathy Minella Divorce, Family Law Blog

You may have heard the term no fault divorce, but what does it mean and what does it mean for your divorce?  In California, no fault divorce applies to if you want to finalize your divorce in the state of California.  If you are filing for divorce you should be …

Kathy MinellaDefining a No Fault Divorce

3 Ways to Divide Childcare Expenses Between Separated Parents

Kathy Minella Child Support, Family Law Blog

Divorces are never easy, especially when children are involved. Even once visitation is sorted out, the question of expenses and child support arises. In a perfect world, each parent would provide 50% of the childcare needs during the marriage and the divorce. However, even during a happy marriage income is …

Kathy Minella3 Ways to Divide Childcare Expenses Between Separated Parents

Should I Get A Divorce?

Kathy Minella Divorce, Family Law Blog

Struggling with the decision of divorce? Should I get a divorce?  This question is a very important one to answer. It is certainly not an easy question  and one that no one can answer for you. The decision to divorce will start a very trying time in your life as …

Kathy MinellaShould I Get A Divorce?