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Hague Convention and Divorce

In October of 1980 The Hague Convention concluded and was entered into force by the signatories in 1983.  The Convention was drafted to ensure the prompt return of children who have been abducted from their country of habitual residence or wrongfully retained in a contracting state not their country of habitual residence. The following excerpts …. Read More

Children and Divorce

Divorce can be complicated and painful, but when children are involved the affects of divorce are compounded.  The one most important ingredient to making this process easier on children, even adult children, is the absence of conflict.  This sounds like it could be difficult, when often conflict is the one consistent component in the relationship …. Read More

Divorce Can Set You Adrift

Being adrift is not a comfortable feeling; in fact the sense of anchor-less-ness can be very disorienting and scary. We are land creatures and like the stability of the ground, so when we face something that pulls the rug out from under us, like a divorce, our sense of control and direction can be lost …. Read More