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Common reasons to modify child custody orders

Divorced and separated parents establish a custody arrangement to determine where their minor children will live and who is responsible for decisions regarding their children’s lives. These court-ordered agreements dictate a firm schedule and set of rights and...

Shared custody and your finances

Sharing custody of your children might be one of the trickiest parts of a divorce. Both you and your ex could have careers, personal relationships and individual commitments to balance alongside raising your children. While shared custody requires the balance of many...

How can you deal with an aggressive co-parent?

After a divorce, you often have new issues and interpersonal struggles to deal with that you did not have to worry about before. If talking with your co-parent can frequently leave you frustrated or nervous, then you may need to learn how to deal with aggression....

How does bird nesting work?

As parents, you want what is best for your child. You want a stable home environment free of conflict and stressors, which is unfortunately hard to come by when it comes to divorce scenarios. However, bird nesting works as a potential way to keep your child...

Should you try out parallel parenting?

As a parent, you often have to put aside your feelings and thoughts on certain matters in order to better serve your child's needs. Even the courts will defer to options that serve your child's best interest, especially when it comes to custody and visitation. This...

Can parallel parenting make joint custody bearable?

It is very common to have a joint custody situation with your ex-spouse after divorce if you have children. While the courts make this decision because it is usually in the best interest of the child, it may not be in the best interest of the parents’ mental health....

What are some signs of custodial interference?

When co-parenting, you may encounter problems if your ex-spouse is intentionally limiting your contact with your child. Although some kinds of interference are legal in the event the child is in danger, cases of custodial interference that come from malicious intent...

How can I address co-parenting costs with my ex?

Figuring out expenses is one of the most complex aspects of divorce. Regardless of how assets are divided or who pays child support, you may still need to deal with money issues regarding your child both during and after divorce proceedings. Having a plan in place is...

Statistics on non-custodial parents

If you are involved in a dispute over child custody, you likely have many different concerns on your mind, from a lack of confidence regarding the outcome of the case to anxiety and the well-being of your child. It is important to know that you are not alone and that...