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December 2013 Archives

Advice for newly single parents as New Year's approaches

The turning of one year into another traditionally symbolizes a time for change, renewal and hope. If you are contemplating divorce or have recently finalized one, you may be anxious about a myriad of issues that the new year is sure to bring. However, if you have minor children you are likely most concerned about how you will best parent them given the outcome of your child custody arrangement. Thankfully, there are several tips that may help to ease your mind as you prepare to ring in 2014.

Children returned home after father denies access in Russia

In the prior post in our Plantation Family Law Blog, we wrote about a new piece of legislation that is currently making its way through Congress. The bill addresses the issue of parental child abduction cases in which the child was removed to a foreign country.

Important international custody bill is being considered

An important piece of proposed federal legislation could ultimately impact the lives of separated children and parents all over the nation if the Senate passes it. Several days ago, the House passed a measure that aims to make certain international child custody situations far more just and to place pressure on foreign governments to release children who have been illegally abducted by their parents.

Co-parenting successfully with a difficult parenting partner

You and your child's other parent may have decided to parent in different households for a myriad of reasons. It is possible that tensions exist between you both. It is also possible that your child custody arrangements are proving to be quite challenging because your co-parent is difficult to work with. Thankfully, there are several things that you can do to make your situation less stressful for you and your child, even if your co-parent has no intention of changing his or her approach right now.

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