Ten Must-Dos After Your Divorce by my fr

Posted August 19, 2015 by Shawn Weber
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Ten Must-Dos After Your Divorce by my friend Nancy Stassinopoulos, Esq. Smart and well-written good advice. #divorce http://ow.ly/R2W4F

Children go through the grief cycle when

Posted May 13, 2015 by Shawn Weber
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Children go through the grief cycle when faced with #divorce or legal separation just like parents. http://ow.ly/MVlvG

Chris Rock’s frank comments further pro

Posted May 12, 2015 by Shawn Weber
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Chris Rock’s frank comments further proof that #divorce is not just a legal process; it’s a human experience. http://ow.ly/MRLhC

Collaborative Practice California Presid

Posted May 11, 2015 by Shawn Weber
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Collaborative Practice California President Shawn Weber featured in San Diego Daily Transcript http://ow.ly/MPrUk @CPCalifornia #CPCAL

Enjoy Mother’s Day without the drama by

Posted May 10, 2015 by Shawn Weber
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Enjoy Mother’s Day without the drama by my friend #Divorce Attorney @lawyermyra Myra Fleischer http://ow.ly/MLAI5

9 tips for divorcing a narcissist . http

Posted October 30, 2014 by Shawn Weber
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9 tips for divorcing a narcissist . http://ow.ly/DmenU

Co-parenting on Halloween: How not to make candy night into a nightmare

Posted October 26, 2014 by Shawn Weber
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Shawn Weber:

This post is from years ago. But I think it applies quite nicely every October.

Originally posted on Brave, Weber & Mack:

By Shawn Weber, Family Law Attorney and Mediator

www.bravewebermack.com

Halloween is often overlooked by California courts. It never seems to get the attention that Christmas, Fourth of July or even Labor Day receive. Because people don’t get time off for Halloween, it is often simply forgotten in custody orders. However, it can be pretty frightful if the parents are acting like monsters on the night that the kids are supposed to be having fun. Here are some tips to make sure that Halloween is a treat instead of a trick:

  • If Halloween is not in your ordered parenting plan, consider adding it. This may seem like a no brainer, but as mentioned above, the holiday is often overlooked. It’s a good idea to be fair about the holiday and consider an alternating annual schedule. For example, the kids could be with dad for trick-or-treating in even-numbered years and with the…

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