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Massachusetts Child Custody and Child Visitation State Guidelines

Massachusetts Child Custody and Child Visitation Guidelines Custody Overview Massachusetts child custody laws are unique and the types of custody that the courts typically grant are common with those of most other states across the country. Legal custody refers to

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Posted in Child Custody, Child Visitation, Joint Custody, Massachusetts Guidelines

Tips On How To Be Prepared To Go Through Family Court And Win

Court Room Preparation               A lot of people don’t know what to expect when they begin a custody battle in family court. If you’re like most parents out there with little to no experience with the court/legal system, you’re

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Posted in A Childs Best Interests, child custody battles, Courtroom Preparation, Divorce, Family Court, Parenting Tips

Don’t Wait To File For Custody, Act Now For Your Kids.

Your Children’s Futures Are Today                  Time is a factor in every court case, doubly so for family legal issues involving custody and visitation in a divorce or separation. There is a principle that says that everything has a point

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Child Custody and Visitation Guidelines in Minnesota

MINNESOTA CHILD CUSTODY AND VISITATION MARRIED PARENTS             Parties who are married at the time of an infant’s birth have both legal and physical custody of their child.  However, in Minnesota, should you choose to legally separate or proceed with

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Minnesota Grandchild Visitation Guidelines

GRANDPARENT AND THIRD PARTY CUSTODY VISITATION IN MINNESOTA             In Minnesota, addressing the custodial placement of children with persons other than a biological parent is not impossible. “Third-party custodians” frequently include grandparents or other biological relatives and, even, stepparents or

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Did Your Ex Put a Restraining Order On You to Prevent Your Child Visitations?

Dealing with restraining orders in a child custody or child visitation situation Some parents out there find themselves in a situation in which their ex takes out a restraining order on them or finds out that they are in the

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Posted in Child Custody, Child Visitation, Children, Family Court, Joint Custody, Restraining Orders

How To Watch Yourself in a Child Custody Dispute

What Are Child Custody Basics? A lot of parents out there don’t know where to start to get custody of their child. If you’ve done this before or have never been in a court room in your life, starting the

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How to Win Child Custody in Court

Part 1 of Winning Custody Of Your Children                 A lot of parents out there don’t know where to start to win custody of their children. It’s not necessarily a question of having more money than your ex or having

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

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

Dating After a Divorce with Your Children in Mind

Dating As a Single Father                 If you’re thinking about getting back into the dating scene, and you’re a single father, recently separated or not, there’s a few things to take into account concerning your kids and how they feel

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