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.
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Legal joint custody and physical joint custody are not the same thing. These two areas are critical to maintaining the engine of the co-parenting team.
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Custody schedules can take many forms because no two coParenting situations are the same. Below we examine the most common parenting plans.
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You can create your own child support agreement and save money in the process. Find out how to come together and reach coParenting agreements on your own. (3 min 45 sec read)
Facing a custody battle with your soon-to-be-ex? Do everything you can to put on the brakes and try to resolve your issues outside of court. (2 min 27 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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It’s best if you and your coParent can come to an agreement about parenting time outside of court and file to make it official and enforceable.
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There are a variety of joint custody plans. The goal is for coParents is to work together to create the best parenting plan for their children.
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Here are the top tips for creating and managing parenting schedules for your children and aligning with your coParent.
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A coParenting study looking at the effect and benefits of shared custody (50/50 parenting plans) on pre-school children.
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Most courts today, when it comes to custody battles, lean towards 50/50 physical custody, with more emphasis on the mother-child bond
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Hear advice from professional, Dr. Jann Blackstone, on what to do when your child wants can change the parenting plan you and your co-parent agreed upon.
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If you are thinking of getting a divorce your coParent, should be the first to know, not your kids. These secrets shouldn’t be shared with your kids first.
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Children are impacted by divorce more than we think. Here are the top 5 Myths about how they are affected and what you can do as coParents.
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