When you have children, the relationship doesn’t end with the divorce. Find out how to manage your ex and your children by establishing a co-parenting schedule that works for everyone.
Does Your Child Need A Therapist After A Divorce?
Divorce can tear a child’s world. Children will handle their emotions in differently. Some have it easier, while others may benefit from seeing a therapist.
Winning a Custody Case: Documenting the other parent’s negative impact on the kids
If you want to win a custody case, here are the things you need to remember when documenting the other parent's negative impact on the kids:
Tips on gathering Physical Evidence
One thing to learn from this book is the importance of paperwork and documents throughout your divorce. Here are tips on gathering Physical Evidence:
Common Time-Sharing Schedules Used in Florida
Sharing children following a divorce can get a bit complicated. The State of Florida’s Time-Sharing Schedules can help children adjust to two homes in the smoothest possible way.
Why You Should Keep A Calendar During Your Child Custody Case
How do divorced parents keep track of the many details of child custody? One way is to keep a calendar with information relating to the child’s activities.
Importance Of A Parent Figure In A Child’s Life
Parents influence their children’s behavior and thinking in countless ways. It will secure the foundation being built for the child’s future.
Tips for creating an accurate visitation record
It is rarely easy to co-parent after a separation or divorce. These tips can help you create a reliable and accurate visitation record for your children, so they can have close relationships with both parents and feel stable and secure.
3 Mistakes to Avoid in Your Custody Case
Here are the top 3 mistakes we frequently encounter in family law cases involving minor children, and what you can do to avoid them:
Best Co-parenting Apps for Communication
If you need help co-parenting, co-parenting applications may be the answer. There are several apps that can help smooth the post-divorce parenting process.