Monthly Archives: December 2012

Letting Your Children Choose For Themselves

All this mucking about in court and making decisions for your kids, even if they are in their best interests, can sometimes overlook what the child actually wants. Take a moment to step back from all this and ask yourself,

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Posted in Child Custody, Child Visitation, Family, Family Court, Parenting Tips, Raising Children

Collaborative Family Law

If you’re just diving into your legal separation from your ex, it can be a daunting hill to climb. You’ve both made up your minds about separating, now it’s time to sign on the dotted line and figure out the

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Posted in Child Custody, Child Visitation, Courtroom Preparation, Family Court

Homemade Child Support Plans

You’re past the point of no return. Separating from your ex and splitting the time you spend with your child is never easy. Obviously you want to spend as much time as possible with them and make sure they have

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Posted in Parenting Plans, Parenting Tips

Driving the Wedge Down

The initial phase of the separation can be the most difficult part of the entire process of splitting your family in two. How well the divorce or mutual separation goes determines the arrangements for the child and who they live

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Posted in Child Custody, Family Court

Taking the High Road

As you go through the trials and tribulations of reshaping your family, keeping your cool can sometimes be difficult in the heat of the moment. However, you both want things to work out, ultimately, in your child’s favor. What does

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Posted in Courtroom Preparation, Family Court, Mediation

Arizona Family Court Resources

The answers to some of the most frequent questions that people have, when it comes to family law, are dependent on certain states laws on the subject inquired upon. Today I’d like to give an example of researching a particular

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Posted in Arizona, Family Court

A Father in a Child’s Life

Being a single father is difficult, there’s no way around it. Learning how to be two parents simultaneously, dating as a single father, spending time with your kids while balancing everything else it takes to keep your little family unit

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Posted in Child Custody, Child Visitation, Fathers Rights, Parenting Tips, Raising Children

Hostility In The Family

Some fathers have a hard time when it comes to splitting up with the mother of their children. There are a lot of emotions flying around from both parties; you might be a little angry, or you might be sad

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Posted in Parenting Tips, Raising Children

Being The Right Parental Figure

Being a father can be, and most would attest that it is, the most important thing in your life. However, life is not going to be like it was before. Whether you’re a single parent or not, your choices are

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We All Wear Masks: Gender Roles In The Family

There is a general idea of what the role of the mother and father should be. The common idea of what these roles should be is the woman staying home with the kids and the man goes out and works

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