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Child Custody

Divorce may be stressful for the children

Adults who are going through a divorce may focus on the legal and logistical sides of the split. This involves trying to decide who will live where and who will get what. These matters can become consuming until the divorce is finalized.  Individuals who have children...

How should I deal with parental alienation?

In a perfect world, the goal of divorcing parents ought to be coming up with a co-parenting plan that works for both parties while addressing the children's best interests. However, this is not always the case. It is not unusual for one or both parents to attempt to...

3 tips for dads seeking custody during divorce

As a father who wants what is best for his child, you may be looking into seeking half or full custody after your divorce. Many men worry that they will be allocated only a small amount of time with their children each week, but the reality is that you have as much of...

Substance abuse can impact co-parenting

Substance abuse is a major problem in this country. While many people think can function while under the influence, those around them might realize that’s not the case. This type of abuse can have a negative impact on a co-parenting relationship. Not only does...

Why newly sober parents should avoid mocktails

If you’re a divorced parent who’s a recovering alcoholic, your spouse may have gotten full custody of your children. You may only have visitation rights and perhaps only supervised visitation. None of that is unusual – particularly when a parent is newly sober. It...

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