If there was domestic violence in a marriage, it can influence factors in the divorce case such as how to divide up the assets, how much alimony should be paid to who, and who should have custody of the children.
What To Do When Shared Custody Isn’t Working
Parents and guardians can arrive at various forms of shared custody. Even when everyone involved puts significant time and effort into planning the arrangement, it doesn’t always work out.
8 Behaviors Parents Should Avoid During Divorce
During divorce insanity can ensue and even the best parent can behave in ways that severely damage their children. Below are examples of things parents have done during divorce, things that you do not want to do!
Co-Parenting with a Narcissist: Identify and Neutralize Your Triggers
Anyone who has been in a relationship with a narcissist understands that relying on them to come to the table and rationally cooperate to make decisions for the children is usually not possible. Especially if you initiated the divorce or breakup, the narcissist would take any need to communicate with you as an opportunity to punish, bully, and manipulate you.
How Can a DUI Conviction Affect My Child Custody Case?
Arrests for drunk driving or convictions for driving under the influence (DUI) can be especially consequential, and they could be a significant factor considered in family court proceedings related to the custody of children.
Co-Parenting: How to Communicate Better with Your Kids After a Divorce
Co-parenting is not easy, but this video produced by the Pennsylvania Bar Association will help you and your children keep a healthy, tight relationship that can get ruined after a messy divorce.
3 Common Child Custody Arrangements
Going through a divorce is already difficult for some people, but when children are involved, the process can become further complicated. It’s usually up to the courts or parents to make those tough decisions concerning child custody arrangements.
7 Tips for Co-Parenting With Your Toxic Ex
Sometimes it seems like he was created for the sole purpose of pushing all your buttons. Despite all that, you want to do what’s best for your kids and offer them stability, no matter how much your toxic ex gets under your nerves.
How a DUI Charge May Affect Your Divorce
It is well known that the legal system does not positively view parents who are thought to have a problem with substance abuse. As a result, child custody disputes may become more difficult, especially if your kids are still too little to take care of themselves.
How to Respond if Your Ex Checks Out on Their Child
When a father is consistently late picking up kids for his scheduled parenting time or fails to show up altogether, this can place a mom in a difficult position and cause children to experience additional emotional harm.
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