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Recent Posts in Co-Parenting Category

What Is Custody Mediation? Everything You Need to Know.

If you are dealing with child custody in the state of California, you might be required to go through child custody mediation or Child Custody Recommending Counseling (CCRC). This mediation is ...
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Custody Rights of Unmarried Mothers in California

Now that we’re in the 21st century, more children are being born out of wedlock than ever before. Not only has having children outside of marriage become socially acceptable in today’s ...
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Becoming a Single Parent After Divorce

Parenting is undoubtedly one of the most rewarding experiences, but it’s also one of the most challenging, especially during the toddler and teenage years. If you’re a parent who is going ...
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Are You Guilty of Parental Alienation?

When spouses get divorced, it’s not uncommon for them to harbor a lot of resentment. Often, such resentment stems from infidelity, lying, financial irresponsibility, emotional abuse, narcissism, ...
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Best Advice for Divorcing Parents

When parents decide to get a divorce, they have a lot on their minds – temporary orders for child and spousal support, property and debt division, and of course child custody. While all of these ...
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Can I Move Away With My Kids?

The term “parental relocation” refers to when a custodial parent moves away with the children. If you obtained a divorce and your former spouse wants to move to another county or another ...
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Advice for Divorced Dads

Whether you’re on the brink of divorce or you’re recently divorced, surely one of the hardest parts of breaking up with your children’s mother is not living with your kids, or no ...
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Tips on Successful Co-Parenting After Divorce

Understandably, divorce can be very stressful for spouses, especially due to the fact that divorce impacts child custody and financial assets – two very important issues in a person’s ...
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6 Tips for Getting a Great Divorce

If you're like most people, getting divorced isn't exactly your idea of a good time. But, if you do it right, it can set the stage for a happier road for you, your kids, and your ex. That ...
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How Parents Divorce Without Going to War

All out divorce wars are sad. They harm families and can cause long-term consequences for the children of divorce. As child custody battles rage on, spouses often spend more money than their net worth ...
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