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Upcoming Questions and Concerns In Family Court Issues

New Questions & Difficult Decisions               Family law is filled with ups and downs, twists and turns and horror stories about parents being treated unfairly in the court room. There are also great success stories about families being kept

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Posted in Change Child Support Laws, Child Custody, child custody battles, Child Visitation, Children, Contempt, Courtroom Preparation, Divorce, Family, Family Court, Fathers Rights, Joint Custody, Mixed Families, Modifications, Parental Rights, Parenting Plans, Single Parenting, Stepparenting

How To Get Ready For Family Court

How To Best Prepare Yourself For Going To Court             This is an issue that we’ve touched on before in previous posts but there’s no such thing as having too much information about family court and what’s involved in the

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Posted in Child Custody, child custody battles, Child Visitation, Children, Courtroom Preparation, Divorce, Family, Family Court, Fathers Rights, Joint Custody, Modifications, Parental Rights

What To Look Out For In A Divorce Situation

The Reality Of Divorce Laws               Prenuptial agreements are something that a lot of people don’t think about or don’t want to bring up in the beginning of their marriage, for obvious reasons. Nobody wants to start a relationship

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The Good, The Bad, And The Divorced

The Good, The Bad, And The Divorced Maintaining a relationship is a serious business, doubly so for marriages. A lot of times, when things have been, or are just starting to be, heading in an Southerly direction, the natural reaction

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Posted in A Childs Best Interests, Child Custody, Co-Parenting, Courtroom Preparation, Divorce, Family, Family Court, Mediation, Relationships

Interstate Issues With Child Custody And Divorce

Complications With Divorce And Custody             Some of the most common questions we hear comes from parents that want to take their children out of state and don’t know how to go about doing that and what the legal ramifications

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Posted in A Childs Best Interests, Alabama Guidelines, Arizona, California, Child Custody, child custody battles, Child Visitation, Children, Connecticut Guidelines, Delaware Guidelines, Divorce, Family, Family Court, Florida Guidelines, Georgia Guidelines, Illinois Guidelines, Indiana, Kentucky Guidelines, Maine Guidelines, Maryland Guidelines, Massachusetts Guidelines, Minnesota, New Hampshire Guidelines, New Jersey Guidelines, New York Guidelines, North Carolina, Pennsylvania Guidelines, Rhode Island Guidelines, South Carolina Guidelines, Tennessee Guidelines, Texas Guidelines, Utah guidelines, Vermont Guidelines, Virginia Guidelines, West Virginia Guidelines

Communicating Effectively In Family Court

What Are You Really Trying To Say             Most of the time, parents don’t know what questions to ask or where to start in a family court case. It’s quite common for parents to be somewhat clueless about the whole

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Posted in child custody battles, Child Visitation, Co-Parenting, Courtroom Preparation, Divorce, Family Court, Mediation

Finding The Best Solution In A Divorce Or Custody Battle

Win-Win Situation               In a divorce and custody battle, going to court can be a huge burden on the entire family not just in terms of money and time but also in terms of the stress involved. In a

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Posted in A Childs Best Interests, child custody battles, Child Visitation, Children, Co-Parenting, Divorce, Family, Healthy Living, Joint Custody, Mediation, Parenting Plans, Parenting Tips, Raising Children, Relationships

Spending Time With Your Children During The Holidays

Maximizing Time With Your Kids Well it’s the holiday’s folks and you know what that means: lots of food, relatives you may only seen once or twice a year and that tornado of wrapping paper left in the wake of

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Posted in A Childs Best Interests, Child Custody, Child Visitation, Children, Co-Parenting, Divorce, Family, Parenting Tips, Relationships

3 Ways Your Children Can Express Their Feelings and Thoughts

This post on promoting your child or children to express their feelings is by single-mom and brilliant writer Meredith Vogel who story has been featured on Dr. Oz and the voice behind the blog thecookiechrunicles.com. Thank you Meredith and enjoy

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Posted in Divorce, Parenting Tips, Raising Children

An Act Of Human Kindness

An Act Of Human Kindness My husband had an affair. There. I said it. I don’t talk about it much, nor do I dwell on it anymore because, well, it is old news. There was a time however that this

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