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With Christmas just peeking ’round the corner, you might be facing the dilemma that comes with coordinating child visitation during this holiday season. Eliminate the Stress of Holiday Child Visitation There’s no reason why coordinating your child visitation schedule should add stress to the holiday season. There are some critical steps that need to be taken to

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

Reasons for Divorce

Tuesday, 05 September 2017 by

Infidelity, falling out of love, financial reasons. These are all reasons for getting a divorce. But they aren’t the only ones. Common Reasons for Divorce Chances are you have a friend or family member that has gone through divorce. It’s not easy and there are many factors that contribute to the dissolution of a marriage.

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:

Often times, as part of a child custody ruling, a court will rule one parent has “supervised child visitation” rights. Here’s a little more information on what it means for visitation to be “supervised.” Why “Supervised Child Visitation”? California’s public policy on child custody is to protect the best interest of a child. And sometimes,

The greatest difference between legal separation and divorce is that legal separation does not end a marriage or domestic partnership. Understanding Legal Separation Typically, spouses that seek a legal separation don’t want to get divorced, or aren’t get ready for divorce, but want to live apart. During this time of living apart, it’s important that

Child Visitation Supervision

Tuesday, 23 December 2014 by

Often times a court will rule one parent has “supervised child visitation” rights. Type of supervision will fall under two categories: nonprofessional and professional. Here’s what it means for visitation to be “supervised.” “Supervised Child Visitation” California’s law governing child custody awards is based on protecting the best interest of a child. Because of these,

Parenting Plan

Monday, 15 December 2014 by

Deciding on child visitation rules often means putting together a parenting plan, which will outline each parent’s role in the development of the child, or children, they share. There are a great many things to consider when putting together this plan. Here are a few things: Considerations for Parenting Plan Put the needs of your

Child Visitation During the Holidays

Wednesday, 26 November 2014 by

With Thanksgiving tomorrow, and the rest of the holidays just peeking ’round the corner, you might be facing the dilemma that comes with coordinating child visitation during this time of year. Eliminate the Stress of Holiday Child Visitation Schedules There’s no reason why coordinating your child visitation schedule should add stress to the holiday season. There are

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