Posts Tagged ‘schedule’

How Relocation Laws Are Decided in Terms of Child Custody

When you have a child custody order in place with the other parent, a relocation can put a damper on things. Either from you or your spouse, this makes visitation much more difficult for your child, who will now be separated from the other parent for a certain amount of time. In many cases, one… Continue reading →

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Can a Child Make a Decision to Stop Visitation Altogether?

When your divorce is complete and you have a visitation plan set in place for your child or children, you may think that everything will go smoothly. But have you considered the fact that your child may not want to visit every time they are scheduled to do so? Today we share your rights as… Continue reading →

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How You Can Add Flexibility to Your Parenting Plan

Flexibility is one of the most important tactics to use in your life, from planning your own schedule to planning events at work. It is also important to remember flexibility when you are coming up with the perfect parenting plan for your children, as parents tend to do during the summer months. The problem lies… Continue reading →

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Custody and Visitation Schedule Guidelines in California

In California, the courts urge parents to conduct something known as a “custody or visitation agreement” or a parenting plan. These plans are a written agreement among parents on two major aspects of parenting schedules: time-sharing, and decision-making. This means that, with the help of these schedules, you will better understand when your child will… Continue reading →

How to Include the Children in a Summer Coparenting Plan

As we all know, children do best with routine and structure in their lives. Sometimes, with a court-ordered custody plan, children miss out on vital time around the year with one parent. This is why, during the summer months, it is imperative that children get to spend time with both of their parents to maintain… Continue reading →

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When a Parent Isn’t Following the Visitation Schedule

If you have been through the court system once, you want to believe that your schedule will work out for both you and your ex-spouse. But what happens when one parent does not follow the visitation schedule you two agreed to? If you are the custodial parent, you are probably already aware that it is… Continue reading →

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Is Mediation or Court a Better Option for Custody Matters?

Many people in the middle of a custody dispute believe that their only option is taking serious matters to court. However, you may have one other option that will help you in your time of need – mediation. Mediation is one of the best ways to come to terms on an agreement instead of going… Continue reading →

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Pros and Cons and Arrangements Relating to Joint Custody

When you have a joint custody order, your arrangements may be different from any other type of order. Parents will typically have to agree upon a physical custody schedule based on their work requirements, housing arrangements, and the children’s needs. If the parents can’t agree on a schedule that works for them, then the court… Continue reading →

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Learning How to Cope With Working Mom Guilt

Plenty of mothers feel as if they should be home with their children instead of working – but in a day and age where many families consist of both parents working, this can be a challenge in and of itself. You may have had thoughts about taking time off of work and staying at home… Continue reading →

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Tips for Planning Holidays for Divorced Parents

If you are a newly divorced parent, you may have questions about how holidays work in regards to your children. Luckily, we can help you gain a better understanding of these delicate custody matters that are crucial to your family. Here are some useful FAQs to help you along the way. Holiday Parenting FAQs What… Continue reading →

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