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September 16th is National Step-Family Day! Stepfamily members have such important roles in children’s lives. They are “bonus” family members, offering an extended support system and companionship. Sometimes the fondest memories are those spent with step-family members.

Having a blended family is something to celebrate, but it can also come with challenges. Step-parents are often first in the line of fire during co-parenting disputes.

Co-parenting with your child’s other parent appropriately is incredibly important in any situation, but especially when step-families are involved. Sometimes, blended families even choose to go to family therapy or co-parenting counseling.

At Wolf & Shore Law Group, we work with many different family dynamics, and have a vast referral network of other professionals should you need to consult with additional resources. Throughout the course of your child’s life, there will be different challenges to face with your blended family, and maybe even your co-parent’s blended family. You are not alone, and this is incredibly common. Adjustments may eventually need to be made to your parenting plan, or you might just need an attorney to consult with “behind the scenes” to help you through the times when communication is at its worst.

Our firm is here to help! With over 20 years of combined experience, Attorneys Kristen Wolf & Shari-Lynn Cuomo Shore can assist you as necessary. They are here to help make things easier for you, not harder. If we represent you, we can prepare you, refer you to professionals for additional help, guide you through changes and hardships, and most importantly we will keep you at ease.

Ever argue with a woman? Let Wolf & Shore Law Group go to work for you. Call us at 203.745.3151 or email us at

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