Vaccine refusal and legal child custody can bring more strife to an already stressful and heated situation. Is it in a child’s best interest to be away from a parent who is unvaccinated?
Children and Divorce
It’s natural for parents to be concerned about their kids’ reactions to divorce. The best thing you can do to monitor your child is to trust them and be with them whenever they need you.
Here are some tips on making the transition to a single-income household successfully and providing for your kids after a divorce.
Parental Alienation Syndrome occurs when a child aligns with one parent and grows exceptionally hostile toward the other parent, often altogether rejecting them for no good reason.
All custody decisions must be in the child’s best interest. Find out what this means and how you can show the court you’re fit for custody.
Encouraging strong co-parenting communication with a parent who doesn’t often get to see your children in person can be tricky. The most important thing about any arrangement is putting your children first.
Strengthening and maintaining a relationship with your child won’t always be easy, but it’s important to stay consistent and dedicated.
Settling child custody is all about setting aside personal differences for the benefit of the child. The focus is on compromising rather than “winning.”
After a divorce, you start a new relationship with this person you would prefer to never lay eyes on again. While it is tempting, don’t talk yourself into believing the following co-parenting myths.
High-conflict divorce has many effects on kids. Here are helpful tips on how to calm the battle and reduce the damage.