Dr. Kenneth Waldron PhD | May 19 2019 | Ask the Expert, Coparenting
If you’re not sold on the value of coParenting
for your kids, read this list put together by
experts Kenneth H. Waldron, PhD and
Allan R. Koritzinsky, Esq.
Can a parent kidnap their own child? Is it parental kidnapping if there is no custodial order? Who gets custody in parental kidnapping cases? You will find answers to these and many other questions in this article.
A restraining order, also referred to as a no-contact order, can have significant long-term effects on child custody and visitation arrangements. This post takes a closer look at how to co-parent children under these circumstances.
If one of the spouses has concerns about the other’s involvement in their child’s life, it might be a reason to seek supervised visitation. However, if you are the parent who gets supervised visitation – you may want to find ways to get the supervision requirement removed. In this article, you will learn why a person gets a supervised visitation and how to get it canceled.
Did you know that many parents reach mutual child custody agreements without lawyers and multiple court hearings? This post explains different types of custody arrangements, and provides some best practices for making a custody agreement without going to court.
Joint physical or legal custody is not always the best solution for a child. After all, there are different circumstances in life. If you’re trying to avoid 50-50 custody, here’s what you need to know.
Are you dealing with a toxic ex-spouse who’s manipulating your child and poisoning your life? Read on to find out their favorite methods and how to resist them.
Child custody cases are the most complicated to handle, and can come with unforeseen costs. This post helps to demystify how much you can expect to pay for a child custody battle and what basic costs you will need to cover.
No matter the reason why your ex refuses to co-parent, there are always steps you can take to reduce conflict and put your child first. This blog covers a few best practices and tips.
Jealousy, on both the parts of the ex-spouse and the new spouse, is one of the most difficult problems to overcome, Dr. Jann explains.
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If you think you were raised by a narcissist, this article can help you set boundaries, process your feelings, and work on healing.