Posts Tagged ‘custodial’

The judge mentioned “reasonable visitation,” what does that mean?

Custody proceedings are usually riddled with confusing terminology that may inhibit your understanding and thus your ability to make good decisions about proposed agreements. Before you enter into any legal agreement, but especially long term decisions about your parental responsibilities like visitation, you should understand all the terms that will be put before you. Working… Continue reading →

Can I Get Custody Finalized While a Parent is in Incarcerated?

If one party is in prison during the divorce process, custody issues can still be finalized. Many parts of the divorce process are unchanged when one of the spouses is incarcerated, however, there are many special issues and questions that come up when one spouse is in prison. A person in prison does not have… Continue reading →

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Child exemptions after divorce

Regarding who qualifies for child exemptions and tax credits after divorce depends on which parent is the custodial parent – the parent with whom the child lives for most of the year. The law says that only one parent may claim a child as a dependent on his or her tax return – making him… Continue reading →

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