Child Custody

  • Bond with your children. Bonding on your own

    A single parent plays the roles of both mother and father to the children and this takes some getting used to for them as well. Here`s how to bond with your children and bond on your own.

    Douglas C. McKee
    Posted: September 02, 2009
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  • An Inflexible Ex: You and the children

    Los Angeles Certified Family Law Specialist Stacy Phillips reveals the shocking truth about the consequences a bad relationship with your ex can have on your children. Follow some suggestions that will let your children out of this damaging situation, or

    Stacy D. Phillips
    Posted: April 15, 2009
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  • Who Decides: You or the Judge?

    Judge Roderic Duncan provides an easy way to understand the process of custody, what will happen if you and your spouse are not able to reach a custody agreement privately through mediation or collaborative programs, and the advantages of using alternativ

    Judge Roderic Duncan
    Posted: March 20, 2009
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  • How to Prepare for a Custody Trial

    Learn the importance of having a custody trial as your last option, and how it will affect your child. In the case there is no other way but to have a trial, get to know what you can do to be ready and how to proceed.

    Brette McWhorter Sember, JD
    Posted: March 12, 2009
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  • Are you a Parent Alienator who ruins your children's relationship with your ex?

    Are you a Parent Alienator who ruins your child's relationship with your ex? Take this test and find out.

    Jayne A. Major, Ph. D.
    Posted: October 02, 2008
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  • Joint or Sole Child Custody?

    A joint custody agreement can bring great benefits to you, your spouse and most importantly your children. Pamela Weintraub and Terry Hillman warn that this may not be viable choice for you and your partner, so you need to decide if you and your spouse wi

    Pamela Weintraub and Terry Hillman
    Posted: October 30, 2007
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  • Parenting Pitfalls

    Since your children's adjustment is directly linked to yours, you must learn how to handle the stresses brought about by your divorce. Here are some of the most common warning signs that you need help before your children become casualties of your divorce.

    Elissa P. Benedek, M.D. and Catherine F. Brown, M.Ed.
    Posted: August 16, 2006
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  • The Single Parent's Primer

    Some hints, tips, and advice – including nine survival strategies for single parents – to help you face the challenges of parenting without a partner.

    Patrice Karst
    Posted: August 10, 2006
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  • Divorce School for Parents

    Your marriage may be over, but your role as co-parents will continue forever. Attending "divorce school" can help you learn how to support your children through this tough transition and into a new life.

    Margaret Boyd
    Posted: August 09, 2006
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  • Coping with a Difficult Ex: Divorce, Child Custody & Co-Parenting

    10 strategies for reducing frustration and conflict – and increasing respectful communication and peace – between divorced co-parents.

    Jeffrey P. Wittmann, Ph.D.
    Posted: August 08, 2006
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