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Posts tagged "Child custody"

Partners and family members need to respect your parenting plan

As you and your soon-to-be-ex work out your custody agreement and parenting plan, it's essential to agree that other adults in your life, both now and in the future, will respect them. That includes new partners as well as grandparents and other family members.

Being denied custody doesn't mean you can't get visitation rights

If a court has granted your co-parent sole custody of your child, that doesn't necessarily mean that you can't remain part of their lives. Unless a parent is denied custody because they could pose a threat to their child's well-being, courts often allow generous visitation rights. Most judges want to see a child maintain a relationship with both parents if it's in their best interests.

Separation anxiety is common when kids move between homes

When children move between their parents' homes after separation or divorce, it's not uncommon for them to experience separation anxiety -- particularly if they spend most of their time at one parent's home. The idea of going to their other parent's house for the weekend may cause significant anxiety.

Keeping your kids safe online

Maybe you resisted getting your child a cellphone or letting them go on Instagram and other social media sites. However, after you and your spouse split up, you wanted them to be able to talk, text and video chat with the parent they weren't with. Maybe you wanted them to be able to share their vacation adventures and other activities with the parent who was back at home.

Why equally shared custody is good for parents as well as kids

Custody agreements between divorced parents are more likely to provide equal parenting time than they did even several decades ago, when many divorced fathers were relegated to being "weekend dads." A multitude of studies have found that children do better when they spend approximately the same amount of time with each of their parents.

What to do if your co-parent is denying you parenting time

You and your former spouse likely spent a lot of time and energy developing your parenting plan when you divorced. Maybe you were able to work it out yourselves, with the help of your attorneys. Perhaps a judge had to step in. Either way, one of the key elements of the plan is how much parenting time each one of you gets and when.

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