Author - Erin Wilson

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I am a mother and an attorney, balancing raising two children in the Lakeview neighborhood with running a family law practice, The Law Office of Erin M. Wilson LLC. The firm represents clients of diverse backgrounds with a range of issues including uncontested divorce, trials involving complex financial and parenting disputes, child support and maintenance, domestic violence and prenuptial agreements, and offer services in litigation, mediation and parenting coordination.

How to separate peacefully

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We are now nearly a year into the COVID-19 pandemic and have experienced the accompanying challenges and bright spots of quarantine, working remotely, and e-learning. As we acclimate to the new normal, you might be experiencing some clarity in your relationships. Some people are realizing their relationship with their significant other may bring unhappiness rather than satisfaction, or strain rather than ease. Are you staying for the sake of your children? Have you...

Posted on February 19, 2021 at 4:24 PM by Erin Wilson

How to handle remote learning while co-parenting

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Co-parenting is always a balancing act, but add your child's remote learning into the mix and you could have a real challenge on your hands.

As always, communication is key. Each parent should be informed on what the back to school process looks like and all available options, knowing that with COVID-19, recommendations and options are changing every day. Discuss with your co-parent the concerns you each have as it pertains to healthcare, y...

Posted on August 31, 2020 at 10:33 AM by Erin Wilson

How to co-parent during the coronavirus pandemic

Co-parenting can be complicated enough without additional factors that throw a wrench into the system you and your co-parent have developed. The presence of coronavirus will alter the way that you co-parent. Here are some tips on how to be successful co-parents while dealing with coronavirus. 

Stick with the routine where you can. During this stressful time, there will be adjustments that have to be made. However, it is important to keep consistency in the places that you can. Child...

Posted on June 03, 2020 at 2:18 PM by Erin Wilson