Author: Carisa Carlton

  • 7 Keys to a Constructive Divorce

    7 Keys to a Constructive Divorce

    When emotions are running high, you may find it difficult to restrain your words and think about the long-term consequences of your behavior in an adversarial divorce. Constructive divorces and separations do exist, and constructive divorces lead to better-adjusted children and families. While doing what you can to avoid divorce is an admiral first choice,…

  • How to Write a Declaration for Family Court

    How to Write a Declaration for Family Court

    Writing declarations for family court is gut-wrenching at best.  You are caught up in the emotions of your losses, your pain, and your hurt.  Nevertheless, you still have deadlines to meet, and the Court needs to hear your well-contemplated position to make decisions.  You need to know how to write a declaration for family court.…

  • Dating after Divorce with Children

    Dating after Divorce with Children is challenging at best.  You love your children and they come first.  You also have needs of your own, which include having your emotional and physical needs met.  Your life as a single parent includes being cautious about introducing your to children to your dates.  So, how do you date with…