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The Spooky Season  

It is officially fall. It is time for pumpkin-carving, picking out costumes and trick-or-treating… the spooky season, as they say. It’s Halloween-time!   However, you would have been forgiven for thinking it has been the spooky season for a while  now; in fact, it seems to creep up earlier and earlier. In mid-August the grocery stores […]

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Back-to-School Time 

Yes, it’s still summer: there’s still long, hot days at the pool, no homework, and, hopefully, ice cream before bedtime.  It’s also nearly August: which means Labor Day is around the corner. More and more schools, in fact, start their year prior to the unofficial end of summer. So that means, like it or not, […]

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A Different Kind of Father’s Day

It’s summertime, and that means long, hot days; cannonballing into the pool; and celebrating Dad. Yes, it’s time for Father’s Day. However, if you’re reading this blog post you may find yourself in a tough situation regarding Father’s Day. Perhaps you’re a child whose parents are separated, or your contact with your father is sporadic. […]

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You’ve Been Served 

How to Deal With a Child Custody Dispute, and Other Issues With Your Ex  What was in the envelope? Did he know? What was happening?!  Recently Twitter and the Internet were ablaze with the discussion of how director/actress Olivia Wilde was served with custody papers by her ex-husband (and co-parent) actor Jason Sudeikis, former star […]

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Let’s Talk About… Summer 2022

It’s finally spring: tulips are blooming, baseball is back, and spring break is now in the rearview mirror. Which makes it the perfect time to talk summer ’22. Long, lazy days of sunlight and surf, ice cream and watermelon—everyone loves summer! Memorial Day weekend is on the horizon (seriously, we’re less than two months away…), […]

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Spring Cleaning – Taking Inventory of your Marriage

Spring, of course, is the time of renewal. Flowers start to bloom, the weather turns warmer, and we head outdoors for longer stretches of time. Baseball comes back, and, as this year the pandemic recedes (thankfully), we celebrate making it through another winter. January and September are often, for various reasons thought of as the […]

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