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When Does Mediation Work In Family Court?

Is Mediation Your Best Option?             Mediation can be a great alternative to going through court over a custody or visitation issue in family law. Going to court can be messy, time consuming and costly. A lot of parents out

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How Can I Be a Better Single Parent?

Talking With Your Ex                 It is possible to have a healthy relationship with your ex after you guys split up. A common stereotype in our country is that we have to be enemies with our ex’s. This creates a

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

Get Your Kids Psyched to See You!

Child Activities for Parents During Your Visitation Having the time you can spend with your kids is split with the other parent can change the dynamic between the two of you. Your relationship hasn’t changed but it may seem difficult

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Caught Your Ex On Tape!!

Voice Recordings                 If you’re in a situation in which you’re in fighting your ex for custody and you have it on good authority that they’re not being entirely truthful, having proof that they say one thing and do another

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More Child Custody Evidence For Family Court

Proper Evidence                 Not all custody and divorce cases are simple and easy. Some parents might find themselves in a position where they need to gather as much information as possible to show the judge that the other parent is

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How To Provide Emotional Stability As a Parent

Emotional Stability for Kids                  There are a lot of resources out there for parents going to court for divorce and child custody and/or visitation. As a parent you’re trying to make a decision that’s in the child’s best interests

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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

Which Child Custody Plan is Best For You and Your Children?

Choosing the Right Kind Of Custody              Making the right choice as to what custody plan works best for you and your family is a big step. The decision you make will affect the outcome of your court case and

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Posted in Child Custody, Children, Family Court, Joint Custody, Modifications, Parenting Plans, Raising Children

Elevated Stress Levels During A Custody Dispute

People deal with stress in different ways. Going through any family legal process whether it’s a divorce or custody battle or child support matter, produces stress. The emotional strain of splitting up your family can be a lot, and in

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Evalutation Microscope

In some cases it’s not uncommon to have a third party step in to your case and examine you, psychologically, as a parent, in order to determine your ability to properly take care of your child. This can produce a

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