Visitation Rights for Parents Denied Child Custody

Visitation Rights for Parents Denied Child Custody

Visitation Rights for Parents Denied Child Custody Parents who are denied child custody in court are often granted generous visitation rights. In most cases, the courts strongly support and encourage the involvement of both parents, even when they determine that living in one consistent location would be in the child’s best interests. Therefore, if you recently…

Other Parent Not Returning Your Child on Time

Other Parent Not Returning Your Child on Time

Other Parent Not Returning Your Child on Time Child custody battles are rarely easy for couples enduring the divorce process, as both sides must usually compromise and agree to custody arrangements that are not ideal for either party. Of course, the needs and wishes of the children caught in divorce battles are paramount, so parents…

7 Issues All Co-Parents Face And How To Overcome Them

7 Issues All Co-Parents Face And How To Overcome Them

7 Issues All Co-Parents Face And How To Overcome Them Co-parenting is no walk in the park. Disagreements about discipline, schedules and bed times can unravel even the most level-headed parent ― and when kids play their parents against one another, all hell threatens to break loose. Below, experts share the issues that come up most frequently for…

Sample Joint Custody Schedules

Sample Joint Custody Schedules

Sample Joint Custody Schedules 1.) 50/50 Joint Physical Custody Options “We have joint custody.” Divorced and separated parents have tossed these words around for years, but there’s not one single schedule for or definition of the term. Child custody can be physical, legal or both. When parents share joint legal custody, they both have a say in…