Getting your coParent to obey the court order. Read what Dr. Jann suggests for coParents who are struggling to follow a court order.
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What happens when things don’t work out? If you aren’t legally married, you still may have legal issues to address while transitioning into co-parenting.
(3 min 7 sec read)
There are a myriad of reasons and a large number of co-parents who make incremental changes to their child custody plans. Find out what’s myth vs. truth.
(2 min 54 sec read)
Make changes to your child custody agreement without going to family court. Get help with mediation and custody agreements without paying court costs and fees.
(2 min 54 sec read)
Advice on how to make changes to your court-ordered custody agreement without getting a lawyer and going back to family court.
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This is real-talk from a Judge who sat almost 10 years on a family law assignment. Co-parenting issues vs. legal issues, what’s the difference?
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How do you find the RIGHT lawyer for you and your separation and divorce? Here are some helpful tips from a retired family law judge.
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I would see similar challenges come through my court. From a family court judge’s perspective see what they are and how to present your story to a judge.
(3 min 16 sec read)
Costs for separation & divorce extends well beyond your day in court. For those parting ways, there are some important financial pinch points to consider.
(2 min 46sec read)
A parenting plan is the parent’s written agreement about how much time the child will spend with each parent. Here is how to file your plan with the courts.
(1 min 49 sec read)
The ideal parenting/custody schedule will be the one that fits your child’s unique needs. Find out the difference between the primary and shared schedules.
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Family courts are not designed to understand the hidden dynamics of parent-child relationships because family courts have the same basic structure of all courts
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Whether you divorced, separated, or just have children with a coParent, it is important to understand the reasons you the benefits of child custody orders.
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Where a custodial parent deliberately alienates a child from its non-custodial parent, the non-custodial parent’s obligation to pay support may be suspended.
(6 minutes 16 seconds read)
A misconception amongst parents who have raised their children- if a biological parent wants to come back into the child’s life they have every right to do so.
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