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Options for 50/50 Placement Schedules
As you work with your children’s other parent on setting up a placement (visitation) schedule, there are myriad options to choose from. Even parents who coparent very well together and take things week by week often like to agree upon a set “default” schedule so that, should there ever be a disagreement, there is a […]
What is parallel parenting?
In an ideal world, divorced couples would end on neutral-to-good terms. However, this is not always the case. In many instances, the anger and pain from the events leading up to the divorce may cause couples to never wish to speak again. Unfortunately, if you have children with your ex-spouse, you will need to learn […]
Mediation can help with child custody decisions
Deciding on a child custody agreement is a challenging endeavor for some divorcing parents. Things can quickly become contentious if they only focus on what they want. A court will decide on child custody if the parents are unable to come to an agreement, but this takes the control out of the parents’ hands. Mediation […]
How can co-parenting affect your child’s future?
After a divorce, most parents choose to co-parent their children. You cannot avoid divorce’s impact on your kids, but you can change how it affects them in the long run. Kids trapped in a home with parents who fight or want out of the marriage tend to have worse lives than those who have amicably […]
Can child support continue for a disabled adult child?
Divorcing a spouse can be a concerning time if you have children and you fear losing the income of your soon-to-be ex. Receiving child support could relieve your doubts, but in your case, your child may have a serious disability. Even when your son or daughter becomes an adult, the disability will greatly impair your […]