In this episode of the Parenting ADHD Podcast, I’m talking with divorce and family attorney, Morghan Leia Richardson, about how to navigate co-parenting a child with ADHD when the parents don’t agree on ADHD treatment and parenting. There are ways to pre-plan for these parenting disagreements during the divorce process, as well as resources and recourse for resolution after. Court proceedings aren’t the only option for resolution, and Morghan outlines a few better options. If you and your co-parent disagree on how to parent your child with ADHD, this episode is a must-listen.

“Shielding your child from the conflict and a legal process is really important to protect your child. If you go to court about your child’s treatment, your child will be required to be involved.”

 

 

 

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Find a Parenting Coordinator or Co-Parenting Therapist to mediate to resolve the dispute together, outside the legal system.

 

My Guest

Morghan Leia Richardson is a divorce attorney and mediator in New York City. She is a partner at Davidoff Hutcher & Citron LLP in Manhattan. Experienced in litigation and family law issues that accompany Divorce, Morghan is a resource on issues like Custody, Child Support, Father’s Rights and Marital Property issues, including asset discovery and protection. She was named a New York Rising Star by Super Lawyers (Top lawyers under 40), and participates on the New York State Bar Association’s Committee for Women in the Law. She is the New York State Captain for Lawyer Moms of America.

Before starting her own practice, Morghan worked for national litigation firms as an associate in high-stakes state and federal cases. She previously worked as a news reporter in Texas and Florida, which fueled her desire to excel at Tulane Law School in New Orleans. Morghan worked as an extern for Federal Magistrate Judge Louis Moore in the United States Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana, and served as a Managing Editor for the Tulane Maritime Law Journal. Morghan is a divorced parent of three kids and very familiar with how to address challenging co-parenting and parallel parenting issues.

Where to Find Morghan

Website: richardsonlegalpllc.com
Facebook: RichardsonLegal
Twitter: morghan

 

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