Making The Most Of Your Parenting Time

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When you were married and living with your child, the entire family had a routine. The activities you and your child did together developed naturally. Now that you are divorced, you might only see your child a couple days a week. That can make things seem very forced and makes

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Deconstructing The Myth Of The ‘Deadbeat Dad’

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One of the fatal flaws of the child support system is that it takes a collect-at-all-costs approach to gathering payments from the payor. It’s essentially, “pay or else,” which causes catastrophic problems for families if a parent ever falls behind on payments. Say a father unexpectedly loses his job and

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Video: Tips To Become A Better Co-Parent

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Odds are, you and your ex have your fair share of disagreements. (That is, after all, why you divorced.) That’s natural, but when you have kids then it is your responsibility to do whatever you can to foster a healthy a productive co-parenting relationship with your former spouse. 

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3 Reasons Why Shared Parenting Is Great For Families

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Over the last few years, there has been a growing groundswell of support to make shared parenting the presumption in child custody cases. Backed by numerous studies, supporters have pushed for revisions to family law statutes so that children of divorce are given equal access to each parent. Historically, courts have

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