Another Easter has passed in Southwest Florida and this means that many of the seasonal residents will be returning to their homes in other parts of the country/world shortly. In a matrimonial and family law firm in Naples however, this holiday is another in a line of holidays which can lead to sadness and frustration if you are not seeing your children.
This weekend I had the great fortune and blessing to take my twins (4 years old) to two eggs hunts, a baseball game, and our local children's museum. These memories are priceless to me as they are to so many of our clients.
Not seeing your children experience these events is painful and has a lasting impact on you. So many of our clients have had emotional experiences thanking us after their case has concluded, because they recognize how important these egg-hunts and baseball games are, and how quickly they disappear.
It is a great point of pride we bring to our work knowing that GENERATIONS will be changed because of the effort, commitment, and dedication our clients make to their children. Your holiday rituals and routines will be passed on to your children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren and onward because of the commitment you make to them in sparing no expense for the best outcome of your dissolution of marriage or paternity case.
Regardless of your religious affiliation and beliefs, Easter is a season of renewal and of new life. If you are placed in a position where you have been feeling down or blue about your relationship with your children post-separation or divorce, we want to counsel you on your options/possibilities.