Whether you recently got divorced or have been sharing custody of your children with your ex-spouse for several years, it is likely that the coronavirus pandemic has affected your situation.
Visitation and Scheduling
There are family situations that can put grandparents at odds with their adult children over their grandchildren, driving them into legal confrontations.
It’s important to recognize that reasonable people can reach vastly different conclusions about the safety of child exchanges and visitation in these strange times.
During this pandemic, you must be flexible about changing your parenting schedule to protect your kids. Here are 8 tips to help divorced parents weather the Coronavirus.
Are you considering moving away with a child in your custody? Sole custody doesn’t automatically give you mobility rights, so it may not be as straightforward as you think, particularly where the other parent has access rights. Consider these legal facts before you move.
By following these tips to help children cope with moving after divorce, you could reduce your own stress and help your children have an easier time adjusting in their new home.
Depending on the child’s age, it may also be helpful to offer counseling to the child if they want someone to talk to about their feelings.
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 […]
Have questions about child support, visitation and custody in California? In this detailed article, you’ll find those topics covered in great detail.