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With the 4th of July and the summer just peeking ’round the corner, you might be facing the dilemma that comes with coordinating child visitation during the summer season. Child Visitation Over the Summer There’s no reason why coordinating your child visitation schedule should add stress to the summer holiday season. There are some critical steps

Co-parenting can be difficult, but once you and your ex figure it out, you’ll find that the child, or children you share, will feel much safer about their new family arrangement. Sometimes hearing other’s experiences can help prepare you for the trials you might face. Below we share some celebrity’s thoughts on their co-parenting relationships.

Learning How to Co-Parent

Monday, 12 December 2016 by

It’s easy to do.  You get a text message from your ex-spouse about not wanting to give up “their time” with the children you share to accommodate for a scheduling issue that you’ve run into. So you fire back a snarky text that sets off World War 3. And then your son approaches you with:

  Last week a Manhattan Supreme Court judge ordered actress Kelly Rutherford to return her two children to their father, Daniel Giersch, who lives in Monaco. In doing so, the custody battle between the two rages on. Custody Battle The judge’s decision came after the 46-year-old actress failed to send son Hermes, 8, and daughter Helena,

Nick Cannon took the twins he shares with estranged wife Mariah Carey out for breakfast in Los Angeles last Friday. Later, the doting dad, 34, posted an image of a Tic Tac Toe game to his Instagram, gushing: #Nothing like some breakfast and a morning game of Tic Tac Toe to get your day going in the

Advice on Co-Parenting

Wednesday, 18 February 2015 by

You’ve just gone through a divorce and have now entered the world of single-ness and co-parenting. It’s new territory, and can be hard to navigate. Here’s some tips from experienced co-parenters. Co-Parenting Advice Here’s some advice from co-parenters that have been there before:  “Remember this: Genetically, your kids are 50% your ex. Every negative thing you say

Anxiety in Co-Parenting Situation

Friday, 30 January 2015 by

It’s not uncommon to feel uneasy in a co-parenting situation. This is especially true if the arrangement is a new one. Here are a few tips to how to get comfortable with your new way of life. Dealing with Co-parenting Co-parenting often means a radical change to the way you used to schedule your life

Child Custody and Move Aways

Tuesday, 30 December 2014 by

Relocating to a new state or new country can be difficult. But that process can be made even more difficult when it means moving away with a child you share with your ex-spouse or partner. Are You Allowed to Move Away? The first thing you need to identify is if you are able to move away

A Nevada Clark County Family Court judge, and the Nevada Supreme Court have allowed a woman to relocate herself and her two young daughters to Sweden. Original Ruling Upheld Just a year after Shane and Cecilia Peterson’s divorce, Judge William Gonzalez granted Cecilia to move the two girls the couple share to her birthplace, Sweden. They

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