Vacation and Timeshare Property Division

A big part of a divorce is the division of assets and property. In the easiest of cases there is only the home in which the parties resided. However, some married couples acquire vacation homes, lake houses, ranches and even time shares. The division of these properties can be tricky and sometimes painful. There are […]

Parental Alienation Syndrome – Part 2

See Parental Alienation Syndrome – Part I 4.  Can toddlers or young children be part of the Parental Alienation Syndrome? For this to successfully occur, a child must have a certain level of maturity.  An essential factor of the Parental Alienation Syndrome needs the involvement of children in the process of denigration against the other parent.  The […]

Parental Alienation Syndrome – Part 1

1.  What is the “Parental Alienation Syndrome”? The Parental Alienation Syndrome involves a knowing and purposeful attempt by a parent to damage or destroy the relationship and bond his or her children have with their other parent.   It involves the children actively participating and/or collaborating in this alienation process.  The Parental Alienation Syndrome is found […]

Relationship Rescue: Dealing with conflict

11:42 AM CST on Monday, February 19, 2007 By JUSTIN FARMER / WFAA-TV When it comes to working through your disagreements, start with listening, openness, and never forget the commitment you made on your wedding day. “Unfortunately in the culture today, people bail out too fast,” said Fellowship Dallas Senior Pastor Gary Brandenburg, who added […]

Relationship Rescue: Return to Intimacy +

11:12 AM CST on Wednesday, February 14, 2007 By JUSTIN FARMER / WFAA-TV Sex. So much discussion and yet so much misunderstood. The experts say men and women often have differing expectations for it. In part 2 of Relationship Rescue, winning with intimacy. There you are. It’s an intimate moment. The time is right. It’s […]

Blended Families

Excerpts from an Article in the Dallas Morning News on July 16, 2007 Written by Pamela Yip – Personal Finance Writer When Mike Brady married his fiancée, Carol, his three sons and her three daughters united to become television’s famous Brady Bunch. Blended families – in which one or both of the partners bring children […]

Relationship Rescue: Money trouble wiz

03:15 PM CST on Tuesday, February 13, 2007 By JUSTIN FARMER / WFAA-TV Pick up a magazine, watch Oprah-you name it repairing and reviving relationships are on our minds. A recent study conducted for Woman’s Day magazine shows one-third of women wouldn’t re-marry their current husbands. In part one of Daybreak’s Relationship Rescue, we tackle […]

The Importance of Documentation in a Divorce.

Keeping a log of the ups & downs within a divorce custody case. Whether you were granted full or joint custody of your children in the divorce, chances are, issues will come up before, during and after the process. Unfortunately, these situations are never easy. Here at the Law Offices of Steven Buholz, we’re here […]

10 Tips to Make Divorce and Custody Arrangements Easier on Your Children

Fifty percent of marriages end in divorce, many of those broken marriages include children. When couples decide to separate, the questions that whirl through parents’ heads seem endless. Here at The Law Offices of Steven Buholz, we specialize in custody cases, providing support, consultation and access to a wealth of custody evaluation resources.As your family […]

How do we tell our children that we’re divorcing?

This is a difficult discussion for parents and children.  Just remember that you know your children and you need to use language they will understand. Telling your children that you are divorcing is the first act you will take as co-parents.  How you handle it will set the pattern for the future. Most importantly, it […]