Lemoyne Family Law Blog

Addressing the Aftermath: Navigating Post-COVID Learning Losses

|April 15, 2024 | education law

The echoes of the COVID-19 pandemic are reverberating throughout our educational systems, leaving a profound impact on the academic trajectories of students. As we navigate through the aftermath, it’s imperative to confront the stark reality outlined in the latest research: children are facing potentially permanent setbacks in their learning. According to a report from University […]

Understanding the Suspension of Special Needs Students

|April 12, 2024 | education law

Being a parent is a challenging role. For parents of special needs students, it comes with additional layers of care, concern, and sometimes, confusion. One disconcerting situation that may arise is when a special needs child faces suspension from school. This blog post aims to shed light on the suspension process, your rights as a […]

Discipline Strategies for Special Education Students in Pennsylvania

Parenting a child with special needs comes with unique challenges and rewards. Discipline, or guiding children towards positive behavior, is particularly nuanced within the realm of special education. In Pennsylvania, where educational policies and practices are always in development to better serve students with diverse needs, understanding effective discipline strategies is vital. This post seeks […]

Navigating the Emotional Turmoil of Divorce and Custody Battles: The Importance of Individual Counseling

Divorce and custody litigation can be among the most emotionally challenging experiences in a person’s life. The process not only involves legal complexities but also brings to the surface a myriad of emotions, including grief, anger, anxiety, and fear. In such turbulent times, individual counseling can be a crucial support system, offering a safe space […]

Why Collaborative Law Makes Sense in Custody Cases: A Guide for Potential Family Law Clients

Going through custody litigation can be one of the most challenging and emotionally draining experiences for any parent. The traditional litigation process can often exacerbate the situation, leading to increased conflict and stress for all parties involved, including the children. This is where collaborative law comes in as a viable alternative. In this blog, we […]

Adjusting to a Single Income After Divorce: A Guide for New Beginnings

|March 19, 2024 | divorce

Divorce is not just an emotional upheaval but also a significant financial transition. Moving from a dual-income household to a single income can be daunting. However, with careful planning and a strategic approach, you can navigate this new financial landscape successfully. Here are some key steps to help you adjust to a single income after […]

If I Get Divorced, Will I Be Ruined Financially?

Divorce is a significant life event that can have substantial financial implications for both parties involved. For many facing this transition, the concern about financial ruin is paramount. However, understanding how Pennsylvania law addresses the financial aspects of divorce can help alleviate some of these fears. This blog aims to provide potential family law clients […]

Understanding Paternity Laws in Pennsylvania: A Guide for Parents

Navigating the legal landscape of paternity can be challenging for parents in Pennsylvania. Whether you’re a mother seeking child support or a father wanting to establish a relationship with your child, understanding paternity laws is crucial. This blog aims to provide a comprehensive overview of paternity laws in Pennsylvania to help you make informed decisions. […]

How to Write an IEP from a Parent’s Perspective – Part 5

|March 1, 2024 | IEP

This is the last of a 5-blog series about how to write an IEP from a parent’s perspective. If you are seeing this blog before the others, please go back and read the other blogs. We talked about present levels and parents’ vision statements, SMARTER goals, specially designed instruction, and transition plans for high school. […]

How to Write an IEP from a Parent’s Perspective – Part 4

|March 1, 2024 | IEP

In the previous blogs, we talked about present levels with a parent’s vision statement, SMARTER goals, and specially designed instruction. This blog will discuss the formal transition plan for high school students. Strategic planning for your child’s future involves the crucial process of reverse engineering. Revisit our initial blog, where we delved into the concept […]

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