It is not uncommon for divorcing parents to have difficulty establishing (or maintaining) a parenting schedule. This issue often rears its ugly head when children’s events draw near. With Halloween coming next Thursday, some of our readers may be experiencing difficulty with deciding where their child will go Trick-or-Treating. In some instances, parents may debate whether the child should take part in the annual event at all.
Convenience is the reason why many Houston, Texas, residents prefer communicating through text or email. However, those two methods of communication can be inconvenient when divorcing parties use them against one another in a divorce or child custody proceeding. A child custody dispute may erupt after splitting up because commonly, parents want to ensure that their children are well taken care of and disagree as to how that should occur. As much as possible, each ex-spouse needs to be cautious in order not to lose his or her custody of the children.
Issues regarding an international child custody matter are being considered by the United States Supreme Court. This matter all began when an American soldier married a woman that lived in Scotland while her husband was deployed to Afghanistan.
There are many things that need to happen before the problem of domestic violence can at least be reduced, and it requires that many parties work together. Law enforcement, the courts, politicians, local agencies, families, private charities, attorneys and judges need to all be involved in making the situation better.