Collaborative Divorce When Kids Are Involved

When most people hear the words “divorce proceedings,” it conjures up scary images of impersonal courtrooms and the airing of the marriage’s dirty laundry in court. When children are involved, words you never thought would impact you — alienation, abandonment, abuse —...read more
Collaborative Law

Collaborative Law

Helping Your Clients Outside of the Courtroom – Part 3 Collaborative Law is a cooperative approach to negotiating and settling the issues arising from a separation without the necessity of litigation (not going to court to resolve differences). According to...read more

Fear Factor: Meeting with a Family Law Attorney

Meeting with a family law attorney can be scary, but it shouldn’t be! In an article on Moms Charlotte, Sodoma Law Attorney Penelope Hefner shares why the reasons for scheduling an appointment with a Family Law attorney include far more than divorce.read more
Eat Your Broccoli – Forcing Visitation on Children

Eat Your Broccoli – Forcing Visitation on Children

Parents often struggle with the decisions they make every day when raising children. They contemplate and consider the ramifications of each decision to ensure they are making the best one, the right one. So what happens when parents separate and divorce and parenting...read more

Ready or Not! Back to School!

For many two household families, back to school means adjusted parenting schedules, alternating holidays and vacations, organizing school pickups and planning after school activities.  It is important to remember that these changes in your parenting schedule may...read more