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Category: Child Custody

How Do I Manage Custody Issues Over the Easter Holiday?

Spring is in the air, which means that the sun is setting later, the days are getting warmer, and the flowers are starting to bloom. For Christians around the world, spring is also associated with the Easter holiday, although families who do not observe the religious aspect of the holiday may still participate in the …

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What Do I Need to Know About Divorce Arbitration?

During a divorce, are financial issues that will need to be resolved, as well as complex custody issues if the couple has children. If the divorce becomes contentious and the couple has a difficult time resolving their issues, the divorce negotiations may need to be settled in court. This can be a time-consuming and expensive …

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What Are Common Co-Parenting Challenges?

A significant percentage of divorces involve children. Children can be affected by divorce, but there are steps parents can take to help them adjust. Research shows that a successful co-parenting partnership between the parents can provide the stability and consistency that children need to develop and thrive after their parents divorce. Co-parenting is where both …

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How Can I Help My Child Adjust to Life after Divorce?

Divorce is a time of profound change. And that change has a profound and lasting impact on every member of the family, including children. Some married parents even hold off on divorce because of how it may affect the children. But delaying the inevitable is not always the ideal solution, especially if the children are …

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How Can I Have a Child-Centered Divorce?

If you and your ex-partner are able to set aside your own issues in divorce, you will have a better understanding of how both of your actions and decisions impact your children’s overall well-being. A child-centered divorce will ensure that your children’s best interests remain a top priority as you work together to resolve your …

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Does a Third Party Have Child Custody Rights?

In a perfect world, every child could grow up in a healthy, nurturing home environment. But the reality is, not everyone is ready or capable of being a good parent. For that reason, the laws allow someone else to step in and take over those parental responsibilities when a parent cannot, if they meet certain …

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What Are the Unique Challenges of a Same-Sex Divorce?

In 2015, the United States Supreme Court made history when it legalized same-sex marriage in the ruling Obergefell v. Hodges. From the perspective of equality and human rights, the decision was monumental. It had significant legal implications as well, finally affording gay couples the same protections as heterosexual spouses, things such as health insurance, tax …

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How Can I Celebrate My Child’s Birthday after Divorce?

Among all the changes that come when a couple goes through a divorce, parents often say sharing their child’s birthday is one of the biggest adjustments they must make. If you are newly divorced, you may be wondering how to celebrate your child’s next birthday as coparents. Even if you want to spend the day …

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What Should I Know about a Midlife Divorce?

Midlife divorce, or so-called gray divorce, rates are on the rise. In fact, the divorce rate among people over 50 has doubled over the past two decades. For many people, midlife is a catalyst for making major life changes. It is a time when many people take stock of their lives and feel a sense …

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What Can I Do if Something Was Overlooked in My Divorce Settlement?

Divorce is a complex undertaking, one that involves many details and documents. It is not as simple as just signing on the dotted line. There are matters of division of property, alimony, and child custody and child support that must be determined. And the reality is, it is not uncommon for one or both parties …

Continue Reading…

How Do I Manage Custody Issues Over the Easter Holiday?

Spring is in the air, which means that the sun is setting later, the days are getting warmer, and the flowers are starting to bloom. For Christians around the world, spring is also associated with the Easter holiday, although families who do not observe the religious aspect of the holiday may still participate in the …

Continue Reading…

What Do I Need to Know About Divorce Arbitration?

During a divorce, are financial issues that will need to be resolved, as well as complex custody issues if the couple has children. If the divorce becomes contentious and the couple has a difficult time resolving their issues, the divorce negotiations may need to be settled in court. This can be a time-consuming and expensive …

Continue Reading…

What Are Common Co-Parenting Challenges?

A significant percentage of divorces involve children. Children can be affected by divorce, but there are steps parents can take to help them adjust. Research shows that a successful co-parenting partnership between the parents can provide the stability and consistency that children need to develop and thrive after their parents divorce. Co-parenting is where both …

Continue Reading…

How Can I Help My Child Adjust to Life after Divorce?

Divorce is a time of profound change. And that change has a profound and lasting impact on every member of the family, including children. Some married parents even hold off on divorce because of how it may affect the children. But delaying the inevitable is not always the ideal solution, especially if the children are …

Continue Reading…

How Can I Have a Child-Centered Divorce?

If you and your ex-partner are able to set aside your own issues in divorce, you will have a better understanding of how both of your actions and decisions impact your children’s overall well-being. A child-centered divorce will ensure that your children’s best interests remain a top priority as you work together to resolve your …

Continue Reading…

Does a Third Party Have Child Custody Rights?

In a perfect world, every child could grow up in a healthy, nurturing home environment. But the reality is, not everyone is ready or capable of being a good parent. For that reason, the laws allow someone else to step in and take over those parental responsibilities when a parent cannot, if they meet certain …

Continue Reading…

What Are the Unique Challenges of a Same-Sex Divorce?

In 2015, the United States Supreme Court made history when it legalized same-sex marriage in the ruling Obergefell v. Hodges. From the perspective of equality and human rights, the decision was monumental. It had significant legal implications as well, finally affording gay couples the same protections as heterosexual spouses, things such as health insurance, tax …

Continue Reading…

How Can I Celebrate My Child’s Birthday after Divorce?

Among all the changes that come when a couple goes through a divorce, parents often say sharing their child’s birthday is one of the biggest adjustments they must make. If you are newly divorced, you may be wondering how to celebrate your child’s next birthday as coparents. Even if you want to spend the day …

Continue Reading…

What Should I Know about a Midlife Divorce?

Midlife divorce, or so-called gray divorce, rates are on the rise. In fact, the divorce rate among people over 50 has doubled over the past two decades. For many people, midlife is a catalyst for making major life changes. It is a time when many people take stock of their lives and feel a sense …

Continue Reading…

What Can I Do if Something Was Overlooked in My Divorce Settlement?

Divorce is a complex undertaking, one that involves many details and documents. It is not as simple as just signing on the dotted line. There are matters of division of property, alimony, and child custody and child support that must be determined. And the reality is, it is not uncommon for one or both parties …

Continue Reading…