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By Regina DeMeo: 6 Main Reasons to Modify a Parenting Plan

Parenting Plans, which are private agreements between parents, and Custody Orders, which are approved by judges, are not written in stone.   Separated parents need to be prepared to discuss changes as needed because modifications are actually quite common in custody cases, especially in those like the one involving Angelina … Continue reading

By Regina A. DeMeo: 5 Key Issues In A Divorce

What most people going through a divorce dwell on  is the why, or how did we get to this point?  Unfortunately, not everyone is capable of having a closure conversation, and many will be deprived of the apology they so long for, and perhaps rightly deserve.  Ultimately, it only takes … Continue reading

By Regina A. DeMeo: 3 Key Costs In a Divorce

They say freedom is priceless, and yet when you are contemplating a divorce, there are some pretty significant costs to consider before calling it quits, unless you are economically on par with couples like Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie. Here are the top 3 expenses you must budget for when … Continue reading

By Regina A. DeMeo: 7 Points to Consider Before Parting Ways

Summer is almost here, and while the kids are out of school, this is the time when a lot of parents considering a separation decide to plan a move. But before vacating the marital residence, here are 7 key points to consider:

1. Get legal advice. It is critical … Continue reading

By Regina A. DeMeo: Til Death Do You Part- It is True With Kids

No one I know still believes that because someone says, “I do” at the alter, s/he is really stuck with someone forever, especially if things get ugly. Most would agree that if someone becomes abusive, develops a nasty addiction, or commits adultery, these are all valid grounds for abandoning ship, … Continue reading

By Regina A. DeMeo: Are You Ready for Parenthood?

They say no one is ever really ready to become a parent, yet 80% of women will become mothers by the time they reach the age of 44, and as people are becoming more open and honest about the challenges of parenthood, I do think we can (and should) help … Continue reading