Many people notice that there are significant changes in their child’s behavior before and after extended visits with the noncustodial parent. There are set visitation schedules so that children have some structure and understanding of what they are going to do, but it’s a greater benefit to brief your child for an extended amount of […]
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Did you know that having a child involved in after school and extra-curricular activities will help them have a boost in their academic performance? Many parents who are not together find it difficult to maintain involvement in their children’s activities. The reason being that when a child is split between two homes, they might not […]
Going through a divorce can be very stressful for all parties involved, including the children. Many times parents forget that this process is just as hard, if not harder, on their children then it is them. Child custody is often the hardest part of your divorce because it involves the wellbeing and happiness of your […]
In an ideal world, children would always live in the same state as both of their parents. In today’s world this is not the case. In some circumstances jobs or the presence of extended family can influence a judge’s decision to allow a child to move out of state. When this happens, one parent is […]
So, you have your child and you want to go out of state with them for a vacation or to visit family… no problem, right? The answer is both yes and no. You will not have any problems if you take the right steps that will inform your child’s other parent where you will be. […]