April 20, 2014

Guide to Step-Parenting & Blended Families (

After a divorce, while you may not be ready to commit to a new relationship, many will likely arrive at that place sometime in the future.  Statistics, however, show second (or subsequent) marriages have a significantly higher percentage of failure than first marriages.   The internet is filled with many useful topics and issues to consider – well before you and your new significant other are ready to exchange vows.  In this cite, you will find many useful suggestions on how you can work together on ensuring a smooth(er) transition for both your families.  We hope that peace and continued wonderful new and old relationship can be deepened, however, after divorce.

© Lowndes, Drosdick, Doster, Kantor & Reed, PA, 2014. All rights reserved.

About the Author

Rebecca Palmer, Family, Marital Attorney, Lowndes, law firm

Rebecca Palmer leads the Family & Marital Law practice. She has a broad background in providing alternative dispute resolution, general litigation, and collaborative law issues for domestic disputes for nineteen years. Rebecca's matters range from pre-marital agreements, divorce, and adoptions to difficult dissolutions, complex financial issues and custody cases. A Supreme Court Certified Family Mediator, she is experienced in all methods of case resolution, including mediation, arbitration, facilitation and negotiations to serve individuals as well as businesses.



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