Follow these 6 tips to devise a divorce settlement agreement that will stand the test of time as well as changing circumstances.
Visitation and Scheduling
Parenting time and visitation transitions are ripe for parental conflict, and particularly harmful for children. The joint custody exchange rules in this article are best practices for protecting your children.
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.
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.
A comprehensive and detailed parenting plan is an essential tool when creating a healthy co-parenting relationship. It will help to stop parenting disagreements from escalating into full-blown conflicts and stabilize the children and family post-divorce.
A new California pet law, which took effect on January 1, 2019, will allow couples involved in divorce proceedings to petition for sole or joint ownership of a pet.
Although there is no such thing as Father’s Day in Divorce Court, the courts have begun to realize that fathers are just as important to children as their mothers are.
If this is your first Mother’s Day after divorce, consider the following advice before deciding whether or not to include your children’s grandmother in your festivities.
Co-parenting with an uncooperative ex-spouse is harmful for you and your children. Learn how to begin successfully parallel parenting and minimize the negative impacts felt by your children.
Just because you live in a no-fault state doesn’t mean that fault can’t be used or argued during your divorce case. Here’s what you need to know.