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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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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

How To Win In Family Court In The Best Interests Of Your Children.

Building A Better Future             It may sound like a line from a cheesy ad campaign on television but that is essentially what you’re doing when you’re raising your children; we’re building a better future for not only our society

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Winning Child Custody – More On How To Win A Child Custody Case

How To Win Custody Of Your Child Prt 2 Nearly everyone who begins the process of getting custody of their child or children wants to know what their chances of winning are or what they can do to win custody

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So What Does The Best Interest Of The Child Actually Mean?

How Do You Know What Is In The Best Interests Of The Child?                 When you’re going through court seeking custody of your child the judge will always make a decision that reflects the best interests of the child. It’s

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How Do You Win A Child Custody Battle? Document Everything!

Write It All Down Parents Most of the time, you’re not going to have a neatly organized book of evidence to refer to in court if you’re going through a child custody battle with your ex. It’s not uncommon to

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Dealing With Professional Biased Opinions in Child Custody Battles

How to Combat Biased Third Parties In many child custody dispute a third party can be brought in to evaluate both parents, or in some cases the children as well, to make an accurate conclusion based on the facts present

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How Do You Know When A Parent Is Fit Or Unfit?

Proof of Parenting                 An unfortunate part of the family legal process is having to prove to the judge that the other parent is not a good person for your child to be around. The point in family court is

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How Does A Judge Make Decisions with Child Custody Cases?

Child Custody Factors in the Judge’s Ruling                  A judge isn’t going to dismiss your case because of a single factor in your case file or your personal life. Everyone has issues and nobody is perfect here. However, the judge

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What can I do if the other parent kidnaps my child?

Can I go pick up my child or children from the other parent if there is no court order? The answer is:  it all depends.  Depends on whether there is a court order, or if the parents are married or

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