ROCKVILLE, Maryland—Fait & DiLima Family Law, announce their observance of National Child-Centered Divorce Month. Every July, this effort recognizes the work of parents and guardians in ensuring that the divorce process prioritizes a child’s best interests.
Marjorie G. DiLima, Managing Partner, and Dorothy R. Fait, Partner in Fait & DiLima Family Law, acknowledge the significance of this month as part of their ongoing commitment to providing their clients with minor children unwavering guidance and support during a tumultuous time in their lives. The firm’s team of experienced divorce and family law attorneys offers personalized legal counsel for families going through divorce and custody disputes, with services including post-divorce child custody and child support modifications. Moreover, Fait & DiLima utilizes an innovative approach to develop strategies tailored to each client’s needs and goals.
National Child-Centered Divorce Month was founded by Rosalind Sedacca, a certified corporate trainer and author of the book How Do I Tell the Kids About the Divorce? She developed a Child-Centered Divorce Network for parents and works closely with various therapists, attorneys, mediators, divorce coaches, educators, and other professionals who help families moving through divorce to focus on creating the most positive and harmonious outcomes.
Throughout National Child-Centered Divorce Month, Sedacca encourages parents to reinforce some critical messages with their children, including:
- None of this is your fault.
- Both Mom and Dad still love you — and always will.
- Despite the changes in your life, you will be okay because Mom and Dad are handling things
with your best interest at heart.
“Although divorce can present challenges for everyone involved, it takes a particular toll on children,” says DiLima. “National Child-Centered Divorce Month serves as an excellent reminder to consider the best interests of minor children as parents navigate the myriad of emotions that inevitably arise when moving through a divorce. We help our clients with children during this difficult time by combining our collective 100 years of family law experience with compassion and understanding.”
Fait adds, “It’s an honor and a privilege to help families put their children first during a divorce, regardless of the circumstances. Drawing on our extensive legal experience, we believe that advocating for our clients and their children while navigating the emotional aspects of family law is just as important as achieving a favorable outcome. During Child-Centered Divorce Month and every day of the year, we help our clients put their children’s best interests first.”
For more information, visit https://fdfamilylaw.com/.
About Fait & DiLima Family Law
Our mission at Fait & DiLima Family Law is to move mountains for our clients. Our family law attorneys have over 100 years of combined legal experience and have received numerous accolades and awards for their work in family law. Attorneys Dorothy Fait and Sylvia Borenstein are also licensed in the District of Columbia. We are successful because we combine our extensive legal experience with a client-centered approach that recognizes family law matters’ deeply personal and sensitive nature. We believe that advocating for our clients while navigating the emotional aspects of any family law case is just as important as achieving a favorable legal result.
We represent clients in Montgomery and Frederick Counties and throughout Maryland. Call our law office today at (301) 251-0100 to learn more about how we can assist you.