Child support is typically meant to cover a child’s basic expenses such as food, housing, and basic clothing.
Here’s what you can do if you feel your parental rights are being challenged.
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.
A new study suggests that parents are more likely to settle and share custody when they both have attorney. Learn more about it below.
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.
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.
A step-up parenting plan evolves as your child gets older. It saves you time and allows your child the space to comfortably forge a bond with the noncustodial parent.
Settling child custody is all about setting aside personal differences for the benefit of the child. The focus is on compromising rather than “winning.”
From the outset of a divorce, parents should be vigilant in thinking about how their actions impact the children.
For children caught in the crossfire of custody disputes, holidays can become a nightmare, not a time of joy. Parents owe it to their children to do the right thing. It starts with recognizing the importance of holidays in children’s lives.