Here’s what you can do if you feel your parental rights are being challenged.
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How to Divorce as Quickly as Possible
Be aware of the laws in your jurisdiction and seek help from a lawyer. Your case may take several months no matter what you do, but try your best to help it go smoothly and you might get your divorce soon. Fighting only drags out your court process.
Collaborative Divorce: Put Your Child’s Interests First
The best legal process for you is the one that helps you toward safety, stability and security. Collaborative divorce is a good process for many people, but it isn’t right for everyone. Whatever your legal process, get ready to move forward, and stay committed to the best possible future for your child.
How to Co-Parent During the Holidays When You Still Share a Home
The holiday season can be stressful, especially when you’re newly divorced and still living in the family home with your ex-spouse. Here are four ways to make gift-giving during the holidays easier and more enjoyable for your child when you still share a home with your ex.
College Savings in Your Divorce Settlement
Don’t assume you and your spouse will split the money in the divorce, and don’t assume the money will be used for your child’s benefit. Make a suggestion for how you’ll handle your college savings for your child.
A Step-by-Step Guide to Getting a Child Support Order
Getting a child support order can be difficult, especially when you’re just starting to navigate the divorce process. Here is a step-by-step guide to getting one.
Preventing Co-Parenting Disputes Over ScreenTime
When your co-parent has different rules about movies and TV, try to negotiate and compromise for your child’s wellbeing.
Modern Parenting Plans: What to Include in 2022
Parenting today brings new considerations. Here are a few topics to think about in your separation or divorce: birdnest parenting, supporting transgender and nonbinary kids, covid precautions and marijuana storage.
What is The Income Shares Model for Determining Child Support?
If you’re divorcing in the U.S. and have a child under 18, you are more than likely going to pay or receive child support going forward. Will it be based on the income shares model?
Don’t Forget These 10 Things in Your Parenting Plan
After reviewing these suggestions, you may have your own ideas for other provisions. Focus on what’s important to you and your child.
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