Like a business relationship, you will likely have to communicate with the other parent when you face challenges that must be discussed. You will need to find resolutions jointly to ensure the job gets done in the best way probable.
Creating a Sole Custody Parenting Plan
A sole custody parenting plan must be approved by the court and becomes a legally binding document that both parents are obligated to follow.
Divorce on the Horizon? Here Are 7 Ways to Protect Your Parental Rights
Here’s what you can do if you feel your parental rights are being challenged.
Thinking About Bird’s Nest Custody? Here Are Some Items to Consider.
“Nesting” or “Birdnesting” is often used to describe a situation where the children remain in the marital home and the separated or divorced parents move in and out of the home on an alternating schedule.
Understanding Contempt Proceedings and Custody Enforcement in Ohio
An experienced child custody lawyer should be consulted immediately if you are going through a divorce or are an unmarried mother who feels her parental rights are being threatened.
Cell Phones: Child Support or Section 7 Expenses?
Child support is typically meant to cover a child’s basic expenses such as food, housing, and basic clothing.
Top 3 Co-Parenting Apps for Divorced Parents
With many options to choose from, stay focused on which co-parenting app fits your family’s situation. Talk the options over with your ex since these apps work great as tools for parent collaboration.
Study: Divorced Parents With Attorneys More Likely to Settle Out of Court
A new study suggests that parents are more likely to settle and share custody when they both have attorney. Learn more about it below.
Choosing the Right Visitation Schedule for Your Family
A visitation schedule is vital to a working post-divorce parenting relationship. Your child’s age and the distance between your and the other parent’s home are two of the main factors you should consider. Find out which schedules could work for your family’s unique situation.
What You Need to Know About the “Best Interest of the Child” Standard
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.
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