Monthly Archives: June 2013

Parenting Tips For Healthy Living

  Encouraging Good Habits             If you’re a single parent that’s gone through a divorce and custody battle, then you know how difficult and potentially expensive it can be to go through the family court process to get the custody

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Tips On How To Interact With Your Children

  What To Do During Your Time With Your Kids               Being a single parent isn’t easy if you’re used to having another person helping out with the kids all the time. When your separation is over and your

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Posted in Child Visitation, Children, Family, Healthy Living, Joint Custody, Parenting Tips, Raising Children, Relationships, Single Parenting

What You Can Do About Court Room Bias In Family Law

Bias In The Court Room               A lot of dads out there feel like they won’t win their case because the courts tend to favor the mothers of the children involved in the legal matter over the fathers. This

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New Jersey Grandparent Rights Guidelines

Grandparent Rights in the State of New Jersey In New Jersey a grandparent typically will be granted the right to visitation during and once the divorce is final.  If the Grandparent is being denied visitation he or she or both

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New Jersey Child Custody and Visitation Guidelines

New Jersey Child Custody and Visitation Guidelines In New Jersey, there are two aspects of custody: legal custody and physical custody. The parent with legal custody is responsible for making important decisions concerning the child, such as where the child

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What To Do About Child Support Issues

  Child Support Issues             One of the most common calls that we get are from parents that are upset about their child support. Whether it’s too high, you feel you shouldn’t be paying child support anymore or you just

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Information On Parental Rights And What You Can or Cannot Do In Family Court

Divorce And Property             Divorce and custody issues in family law are not always clean and easy. Unfortunately for some parents who are getting separated, ownership of property or any assets tend to be used as leverage against the other

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Maryland Grandparent And Third Party Custody – Visitation Grandparent Custody

Maryland Grandparent And Third Party Custody – Visitation Grandparent Custody In Maryland, grandparents can file a petition for visitation under Maryland Annotated Code, Family Law Article, section 9-102.  The statute reads: Consider a Petition for reasonable visitation of a grandchild

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Maryland Child Custody And Child Visitation Guidelines

Maryland Child Custody And Child Visitation Guidelines Married Parents Maryland child custody laws are unique in some aspects, making it important to be acquainted with these laws and regulations to prepare for your own custody case. Maryland courts typically grant

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Maintaining Structure In Your Kid’s Lives During A Family Court Matter

Positive Reinforcement             Children whose parents are going through a divorce and custody battle can often times begin to exhibit negative behavioral traits that are indicative of them feeling overwhelmed, stressed out and confused about how the entire family legal

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