Parents who live some distance away from their children and their co-parent often feel left out of their kids’ lives. That’s natural even when co-parents have an amicable relationship if the non-custodial parent lives in another part of the country or outside the...
With a shared border, it makes sense that people from Mexico might eventually move to Texas. They can easily maintain their relationships with friends and family in Mexico due to their proximity. If your former partner and the other parent of your children have family...
Most parents want to spend as much time as they can with their children. Unfortunately, that’s not always possible. Some adults who are going through a divorce have something going on that makes the court think the children need to have supervised visits with a...
Each parent has their own style. When you live together as a married couple, you likely compromise your true styles for compatibility with each other. Yet when you divorce, there is less pressure to do so. Does that mean you can now parent exactly how you want with...
When you break up with someone, you probably don’t expect that you’ll have to continue to communicate with them. Unfortunately, you will have to do just that if you share children. Co-parenting with an ex who isn’t always kind or respectful can be challenging. There...
Divorce can be a very emotional process. When you add in a child custody battle, it can be downright painful. However, if you feel that your spouse is unfit to parent due to illness, drug addiction or any other issue, it’s important to fight for your right to sole...
A kidnapped child is a worst-case scenario for parents. The idea of a dangerous stranger taking your child for nefarious purposes is the stuff of nightmares. But in reality, if your child is ever kidnapped, the odds are that your child won’t be snatched by a stranger....
It is easy for kids to feel forgotten about in a divorce. They never asked you to split, and they would probably have preferred you did not. Now, through no fault of their own, many of the certainties they could rely on are up in the air. However flexible and...
Divorce is rarely a quick and clean event. In most cases, there is a slow buildup of conflict that leads to the filing of a petition for divorce. Often, one spouse will leave the marital home to live separately while they wait for the divorce process to conclude. If...
If you and your co-parent have different nationalities, there may come a time when you disagree about where your child should live. It’s common after a divorce when one parent wants to return to their place of birth with the child. Custody can be challenging to agree...
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