‘I always tell my clients, “You are divorcing your spouse; you are not divorcing your co-parent,”’ says Sarah Novak Nesbitt of the Family Legal Advocacy Group in Towson. ‘“You’re going to continue to have a family, but it’s going to be a different kind of family.”’ (Maximilian Franz/The Daily Record)
‘I always tell my clients, “You are divorcing your spouse; you are not divorcing your co-parent,”’ says Sarah Novak Nesbitt of the Family Legal Advocacy Group in Towson. ‘“You’re going to continue to have a family, but it’s going to be a different kind of family.”’ (Maximilian Franz/The Daily Record)

Conference examines kids’ needs beyond the courtroom during divorce proceedings

Family law lawyers are no strangers to managing conflict as they help families navigate divorce or separation. But when children are involved, it’s not just attorneys who are dealing with the impact of parents at odds with one another — school counselors, therapists, religious leaders and even pediatricians also grapple with the effects of these ...

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