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How Traveling for Work Impacts Child Custody

How Traveling for Work Impacts Child Custody As child custody is always decided based on a child’s best interests, there is a lot that can affect the court’s decisions. However, one aspect that many parents may not consider is travel. The judge will take...

What Sole Custody Means for the Other Parent

When it comes to child custody, the court system believes that it is typically in the best interests of a child to maintain a relationship with both of their parents. It is this belief that often pushes a court’s decision towards joint custody where both parents...

3 Apps to Keep You Organized while Co-Parenting

3 Apps to Keep You Organized while Co-Parenting Whose turn is it to pick up the kids from school? Can I claim my son on taxes this year? When is the next child support payment due? Parenting between two households can be difficult. There’s a lot to keep track...

Types of 50/50 Joint Custody Plans

Most people who are adults today are used to the idea of every-other-weekend child custody. But times are changing. It’s acknowledged that a strong relationship with both parents is better for most kids, so 50-50 style custody has become a far more common result...

Mastering Co-Parenting

When in the process of filing for or going through divorce proceedings with minor children, you are going to need a law firm that cares about the family. As well, you will need legal professionals familiar with what is involved with successful co-parenting. Do’s...

Creating a Parenting Plan

What is a Parenting Plan? The purpose of a parenting plan is to outline common parental concerns that may arise during the co-parenting relationship. Considered the governing document, the parenting plan is included in all divorce proceedings or shared parenting cases...