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Parenting Tips For Raising Teenagers

Raising Teenagers               Raising kids is hard work. It takes conviction, persistence and a whole lot of love and patience. Being a parent is one of the greatest thing one can do in life. The experience you give to

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Posted in A Childs Best Interests, Children, Co-Parenting, Family, Parenting Tips, Raising Children, Relationships, Single Parenting, Stepparenting, Teenage Pregnancy

Tips On Choosing The Right Custody Or Visitation Plan For Your Family

Custody vs. Visitation             A lot of parents starting a family law case about the children often have questions about child custody and/or visitation, what they mean, what the best options are and what they’re chances of obtaining either one

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Posted in A Childs Best Interests, Child Custody, child custody battles, Child Visitation, Children, Co-Parenting, Family Court, Joint Custody, Parenting Plans

Put Your Children’s Needs Before Your Own

Being A Good Parent Means Putting Your Child First     Any parent that’s worth their salt will say this is obvious. As part of a family unit, your children depend on you for guidance in the world around them.

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Posted in A Childs Best Interests, Child Custody, child custody battles, Child Visitation, Courtroom Preparation, Divorce, Family Court, Joint Custody, Parenting Plans

Making Decisions In The Best Interests Of Your Children

What are determining factors Judges Use To Make Decisions?             The judge is always going to make a ruling that is in the child’s best interests. As such, the argument you bring to the court room regarding why you’re seeking

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Posted in A Childs Best Interests, Child Custody, Child Visitation, Children, Courtroom Preparation

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

More Reasons to Modify Your Custody Order

Modifying Your Court Order There are many reasons someone might want to change the custody or visitation arrangement they have with their kids and their ex. A lot of mothers and fathers out there obviously wish they had more time

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Posted in Child Custody, Child Visitation, Modifications, Parenting Plans

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

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

Tips To Be Prepared for Family Court

Going to court can be intimidating if you’ve never had to go through the experience. If you’re a first timer, it’s time to educate yourself on what to expect, what the first steps are, what happens during court, how to

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

Letting Your Children Choose For Themselves

All this mucking about in court and making decisions for your kids, even if they are in their best interests, can sometimes overlook what the child actually wants. Take a moment to step back from all this and ask yourself,

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