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Can I Move with My Children After a Divorce?
Can I Move with My Children After a Divorce?

Child custody agreements are generally designed to have longevity, even in the face of all the changes your family’s life will endure after your divorce . However, some changes in life are so great that even the most effective custody arrangement will require some ...

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Blog posts in Child Custody

  • Different Types of Supervised Visitation

    Family courts generally believe it is in the best interests for children to maintain relationships with both parents. However, not every parent is fit ...

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  • What Can I Do if I Disagree with My Co-Parent About the COVID-19 Vaccine?

    Now that COVID-19 vaccines are available for children as young as 12, disagreements are arising among divorced parents about getting their kids ...

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  • Claiming a Child as a Dependent After Divorce

    If you and your former spouse share children, you may have some questions about who can claim them as a dependent in the aftermath of your divorce . ...

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  • Parallel Parenting After a High-Conflict Divorce

    Although cooperative parenting is typically ideal and can be greatly beneficial for children, it is simply not always possible. To avoid exposing your ...

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  • How is Child Custody Determined?

    Just as no two divorces are identical, child-related matters, such as child custody , are also inherently unique. If you are in the middle of a child ...

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  • The Impact of Custody Battles on Children

    Child custody disputes are some of the most sensitive and difficult legal matters most families will ever face. Such cases can take a particularly ...

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  • Noticing the Signs of Parental Alienation

    Divorce can get messy, especially when children are involved. In some cases, parents might attempt to alienate the children from their other parent, ...

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  • Helping Your Children Adjust to a Divorce

    Divorce is a stressful experience for children and, regardless of their age, they will likely need some help adjusting to the changes brought on by ...

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  • Can Your Children Refuse Visitation?

    If you are a divorced parent, you and your ex have a child custody order that you must follow. While you and your former spouse certainly know the ...

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