Create A Parenting Plan

Shared parenting requires both parents to participate together in the decision-making process. An effective parenting plan governs not only the schedule for custody and visitation, but it also provides a framework for the decision-making ability of each parent.

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Child’s Time Agreements

It is most important to keep the end goal in mind while drafting creative parenting time agreements, which govern what most people know of as child custody and visitation.

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Modifying a Divorce Agreement

In life, change is constant. What that means in the context of life after divorce is that when things like unemployment, a new job opportunity, an illness or the needs of growing children change — a support, visitation or child custody modification may be in order.

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What to Do for Third-Party Custody

Put simply, if someone besides a parent wishes to assume custody of a child, a process referred to as third-party custody must be followed. This process can seem intimidating at first, but an experienced third-party custody lawyer can guide you through from start to finish.

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How to Handle a Relocation

In today’s economy, many parents are finding that it is necessary to move to find steady employment. This relocation is challenging enough for a married couple to handle. In situations involving divorced or unmarried parents, the complications only increase. 

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