Well, parenting plans are designed to accommodate a specific family so it may or may not be 50/50 which would mean equal time. It may be every other weekend and depends on the parties and the needs of the children. If the parties agree to live in close proximity to each other and each is […]
Visitation and Scheduling
Have questions about child support, visitation and custody in California? In this detailed article, you’ll find those topics covered in great detail.
The decision to appeal a child custody decision should be carefully weighed especially when it comes to child custody cases.
Adopted children already live with the idea that their birth parent gave them up. Add divorce and the concerns that come with their adopted parents also giving them up and their security will suffer a double whammy.
Worried about the time you’ll have with your kids over Christmas? Below you’ll find information on setting up an alternative Christmas visitation schedule.
Trying to survive the holidays as divorced parents? The holiday season can be tough for anyone, but it’s especially challenging for families dealing with divorce or separation. The best strategy for a happy holiday is to put your children first.
Here are five tips to help you navigate the stress-inducing divorced family holidays.
Certified translations of your divorce paperwork will be useful in order to ensure the smooth operation of anything you need to do if your divorce decree is not in your native tongue.
Children who see their parents co-parenting effectively after divorce feel more secure, adjust better, and are less likely to develop anxiety or depression than children whose parents are still fighting bitterly during and after divorce.