A divorce is one of the most difficult and stressful experiences in any person’s life, but when children are involved, it gets exponentially more complicated, with parenting schedules and division of responsibilities to manage, not to mention the emotional well-being of the kids. A good parenting agreement can be the solid foundation upon which you successfully build a new family structure.
Join us for a discussion with Alec Blalock of from John F. Baker Law on the basics of parenting agreements.
Also joining the discussion are Rachel Hernandez of Hernandez Hoag Legal Solutions, Joyce Marter, LCPC Psychotherapist, Writer and Speaker from Urban Balance, and Mark R. Machinic, CPA, CVA, MAFF, CDFA on divorce and taxes.
About Alec Blalock
Alec is a graduate from the University of Houston and earned his law degree from the DePaul University College of Law. He has been practicing law since 2017. Born in Winfield, IL, Alec lived in Texas for most of his life before returning to the area in 2014. He loves working with people and helping them with their problems.
In his free time, Alec is married and has two cats. He is an ardent fan of hockey and professional wrestling. He is also a videogame aficionado.
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