Monthly Archives: January 2013

How To Win In Family Court As A Father

Fathers VS. The Court                 As a father trying to get custody of your child can seem like an uphill battle, the majority of the time this is in fact the case, however it is possible to win your case

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Posted in Child Custody, Child Visitation, Children, Courtroom Preparation, Family, Family Court, Fathers Rights

How To Maximize Your Time With Your Kids

Rescheduling Your Life The hardest thing to deal with in a shared custody situation is coping with the decreased amount of time you get to spend with your child. As humans, we rely on repetition to get through life. We

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

Caught Your Ex On Tape!!

Voice Recordings                 If you’re in a situation in which you’re in fighting your ex for custody and you have it on good authority that they’re not being entirely truthful, having proof that they say one thing and do another

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Posted in Child Custody, Child Visitation, Children, Courtroom Preparation, Divorce, Modifications

More Child Custody Evidence For Family Court

Proper Evidence                 Not all custody and divorce cases are simple and easy. Some parents might find themselves in a position where they need to gather as much information as possible to show the judge that the other parent is

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Posted in Child Custody, Child Visitation, Children, Courtroom Preparation, Divorce

Guidelines for Child Custody and Visitation for Indiana

Obtaining Custody and Visitation In the State of Indiana Unmarried Parents:  If you are an unmarried mother you have full custody of your child.  However, there may be instances when you may still need a written order from the court

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Posted in Child Custody, Child Visitation, Indiana

Do You Have Your Affairs In Order For Your Children?

Estate Planning                 Having a plan for after you die isn’t everyone’s favorite subject but being prepared for that is part of life. As a parent, you’re primary concern is to make sure your children are well taken care of.

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Posted in Child Custody, Estate Planning, Family, Family Court, Power of Attorney, Wills

How To Provide Emotional Stability As a Parent

Emotional Stability for Kids                  There are a lot of resources out there for parents going to court for divorce and child custody and/or visitation. As a parent you’re trying to make a decision that’s in the child’s best interests

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

How To Deal With False Allegations in Child Custody Cases

False Allegations                 Being the victim of false accusations is not only a messy thing to deal with legally, on paper and in the court room, but it can be an awful  feeling to have someone that you started to

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

Having The Right Documents In The Right Order

Correct Court Documents                 Parents that have been through the rigors of family court will tell you that it really comes down to the documents that you need to file with the court. A lot of people think that an

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Posted in Child Custody, Child Visitation, Courtroom Preparation, Family Court, Modifications, Parenting Plans

What To Do About Family Law Default Decisions

If you’ve been served with custody or divorce papers, waiting to respond to those documents is the worst thing you can do. It’s not uncommon for mothers or fathers to get these papers in the mail or have a process

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Posted in Family, Family Court
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