Monthly Archives: July 2013

Maintain Connection With Your Kids After A Divorce

Re-Connecting With Your Kids After Divorce There was a time before your divorce that you had all the time in the world to interact with your kids. Now depending on your situation and visitation court order your time with your

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8 Successful Single Parenting Tips To Live By

Successful Single Parenting Tips Today, at times, single-parents struggle with disadvantages to children. Single parents may think there isn’t much they can do to be a successful parent.  Not all children growing up in single-parent families experience unhappy events or

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Parenting Your Child’s Technology Privileges

Parenting And Technology In the past generations if a parent wasn’t up to speed with their computer skills it wasn’t that big of a deal. Today, however, it is absolutely imperative that each parent hone these skills and use them

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Tips For Single Parents Raising Their Children Right

A Code To Live By             Instilling a way of life in your children that promotes better health, respectfulness, honesty and the value of hard work is at the heart of the American family. Teaching your children how to live

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Posted in A Childs Best Interests, Children, Healthy Living, Parenting Tips, Raising Children, Relationships, Single Parenting, Stepparenting

Maintaining Custody As A Military Parent

Military Parents And Child Custody In 2009 there were more than 10,000 single parents deployed on active military duty. What happens to these children and how are they taken care of? One thing to keep in mind is that service

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Custody And Visitation During Summertime

Aint No Cure For The Summertime Blues             A lot of separated parents out there may find themselves in a bit of a pickle during these hot summer months. Some families are separated by great distances and thus one parent

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Posted in A Childs Best Interests, Child Custody, Children, Family, Healthy Living, Modifications, Parenting Tips, Relationships

Parenting Grown Children After Divorce

Dealing with grown children and divorce So you’ve raised your kids and now down the road you and your spouse have decided to divorce.  While explaining this to younger children has its’ challenges, so it goes with explaining to adult

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How To Improve Your Chances Of Winning Your Court Case In Family Law

Improving Your Odds In The Court Room             A lot of parents going through the family court process start by calling around asking for legal advice or some kind of assistance for their family legal issue if they don’t know

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Posted in A Childs Best Interests, Child Custody, Child Visitation, Children, Courtroom Preparation, Family Court, Joint Custody, Parenting Plans, Single Parenting

New Hampshire Child Custody And Visitation Guidelines

New Hampshire Child Custody And Visitation Parental Rights in New Hampshire A parent’s right to be involved in the life of their child is fundamental under the New Hampshire Constitution, and the courts generally seek to maintain children’s contact with

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New Hampshire Grandparent Visitation Rights

New Hampshire Grandparent Visitation Rights Grandparents, whether adoptive or natural, may petition a New Hampshire court for reasonable rights of visitation with a minor child. The court will shall consider the following criteria in making an order relative to a

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