How a Detailed Time-sharing Schedule Could Save Your Holiday Season

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Time-sharing is one of the biggest challenges parents face after they divorce. Making sure children get equal time with their parents can go a long way toward easing some of the disruption that often occurs during a divorce.

Whether you’re in a situation with shared parental responsibility, or sole parental responsibility, the holiday time-sharing schedule may produce a potential for conflict during this time of year, if it is not detailed adequately within your parenting plan.

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Parents naturally want their children to spend quality with them during the holiday season, and in that desire, they sometimes forget that equal time with both parents is most often in the best interests of the child. read more

Divorce and Kids: School and Being on the Same Page

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Effective co-parenting after a divorce is one of the keys to helping your children ease through a difficult transition, and that is especially true when it comes to handling school issues.

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A new school year after a divorce can be a challenging time for both you and your children, but there are some strategies you can implement that can help make this time less intimidating, and provide your children with the reassurance they need.

Talk To School Teachers and Staff After A Divorce

Teachers often convey that they are not informed when a significant change occurs in the lives of their students, which as a result, could affect academic performance. read more

Limiting Child Visitation Rights aka Timesharing Rights

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As a divorced parent, you may find co-parenting and visitation rights to be one of the hardest challenges you will face post-divorce.

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In the best of cases, an agreement on a cohesive parenting plan allows both parents to work together to raise children in a healthy and loving manner.  Unfortunately, not every scenario works out so easily, and the child’s welfare is the Family Law Court’s primary concern with all custody and visitation matters.

Parents and relatives may be denied visitation rights for the following reasons: read more

Effects of Divorce on Children

child relocation after divorceFor a married couple with children, the impact of the divorce on children should be one of the biggest concerns when the question of a divorce is raised. Research shows that a child’s reaction to divorce is greatly shaped by a number of factors, including age, gender, family support, and the quality of the relationship between the parents prior to the divorce.

There is an age factor when it comes to children and divorce. Dealing with divorce is very different for young children versus adolescents. read more