Monthly Archives: September 2013

8 Things to Never Say to Someone Recently Divorced

8 Things to Never Say to Someone Recently Divorced Anyone going through a divorce or who is recently divorced has enough on their plate. It is a stressful and taxing time in anyone’s life and can be amplified by what

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9 Things to Say to Help Someone Going Through Divorce

9 Things to Say to Help Someone Going Through A Divorce Divorce is never fun. Even if you’re the one who initiated the divorce it is a very uncertain and stressful time. This is usually amplified by friends and family

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6 Ways to Help Your Children Cope with Stress

How to Help Your Children Cope with Stress Too many people often overlook and ignore their child’s stress. Like adults, children often encounter stress with their school, social life, and home life. We all know children can easily become overwhelmed

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South Carolina Grandparents Custody And Visitation Guidelines

South Carolina Grandparents Custody And Visitation Guidelines In South Carolina, grandparents’ rights are derivative of their child’s rights. This means that in typical circumstances, a grandparent may visit with a grandchild only when the grandparent’s child has visitation. The law

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South Carolina Child Custody And Visitation Guidelines

South Carolina Child Custody And Visitation Guidelines Married Parents In 2012, South Carolina initiated a new law which defines joint and sole custody, creates a new requirement for submission of parenting plans, requires judicial consideration of joint custody in some

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South Carolina Child Support Guidelines

South Carolina Child Support Guidelines  Child Support Eligibility Child Support in South Carolina is often settled by the parents of the child by agreement based upon the South Carolina child support guidelines. Individuals who need child care services must qualify

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Pennsylvania Child Custody and Visitation Guidelines

Pennsylvania Custody and Visitation Guidelines Custody Overview Child custody laws in Pennsylvania are designed to assure the welfare of the child. While many of the custody laws are similar for married and unmarried couples, there is one big difference. When

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