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January 2016 Archives

Proposed bill pushes for mandatory 50-50 custody split

When people talk about child custody, the word "battle" can often be used. It is not unusual for parents to argue and fight with each other in an effort to protect their relationship with their child and seek as much parenting time as possible, but unfortunately this contention can ultimately do more harm than good.

What happens if a parent violates a visitation order?

As we discussed in our last blog post, communication is one of the most essential tools at your disposal when it comes to raising a child with an ex. This is not just true when it comes to developing a parenting plan; it is also true throughout the duration of that plan.

When child support payments stop, we're here to help

Ask any parent and they will tell you that raising a child, while beyond rewarding, can sometimes prove to be incredibly expensive. That's because in addition to providing them with food, clothing and shelter, there's also tuition to pay, toys to buy and medical expenses to cover.

Important New Year's resolutions for co-parents - Part II

We recently began a discussion about various New Year’s resolutions that you may wish to consider if your co-parenting relationship is less than ideal. We mentioned that it may be helpful to think of your co-parenting relationship as a business partnership. We also noted that you may benefit from altering the primary methods of communication you use when interacting with your co-parent. Both of these potential resolutions may help to make your co-parenting relationship more productive and more palatable.

Important New Year's resolutions for co-parents - Part I

Today is the first day of a brand new year. Hopefully, you are greeting this transition into a fresh year with joy and optimism. However, you may be wary of approaching the New Year in this way. Sometimes, the stress of co-parenting relationships can be so great that it clouds all of the joyous things about the New Year. Thankfully, you can opt to embrace some resolutions that may make your co-parenting relationship more bearable in the year to come.

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