Maybe you want to take your kids on a quick out-of-state visit to see their grandparents during the holiday season, or maybe you just want to take them skiing. In prior years, this hasn’t been an issue. Now, however, you’re in the process of a divorce and you’re no...
Parents who are going through a divorce have to do what’s best for their children. This can be challenging, especially when the parents don’t agree on what’s best. One thing that both adults must remember is that the children are going to feel stressed about this...
Child custody decisions are huge matters because they directly impact your child. Being able to get the custody arrangement that’s best for your kids must be the focus of this part of your divorce. Getting this set up as early in the separation as possible is critical...
Finding a child custody solution that both parents can accept can be difficult enough when both of you are originally from the United States. It can be even more challenging when one of you is from elsewhere. Problems can arise if one party wishes to return to their...
When a couple goes to court during a divorce, one job that the court has is the rule on custody of their children. The general process here is for the court to try to consider the best interests of the children and rule in a way that is consistent with them. But there...
For separated and divorced parents who live some distance apart, co-parenting their child may require flying rather than driving during school breaks and summers. If your child is old and mature enough, you may begin to think about letting them make these trips on...
Often, the most contentious part of divorce proceedings is settling child custody matters. You and your ex may have finally come to an arrangement and had it signed off by the court. Nonetheless, life rarely remains static, and you might need to change your child...
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...
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