Monthly Archives: March 2010

Spring Break!

Well, spring is here, and that means spring break is just around the corner. Many people have a visitation schedule for spring break, which means that a non-custodial parent has more time during the break. If you have the kids … Continue reading

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Washington DC Child Custody

The Washington DC laws about child custody are found in Title 16, Chapter 9 of the Washington DC Official Code. Within these laws, parents can find the necessary information they need to make a Washington DC parenting plan. Here is … Continue reading

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Wyoming Child Custody

Wyoming custody laws are found in Chapter 20 of Title 20 in the Wyoming Statutes Annotated. Here is a highlight of some of the laws–especially those that affect the Wyoming parenting plan. Types of Custody The state allows parents to … Continue reading

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Vermont Child Custody

Vermont child custody laws are found in Chapter 11 of Title 15. These are the important rules and guidelines that govern custody matters in the state. If you are a parent in Vermont in a custody situation, you need to … Continue reading

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North Dakota Child Custody

Child custody laws for North Dakota are found in Title 14-09. Within these statutes, parents can find necessary information to help them create a North Dakota custody agreement. Here is a highlight of some of the more pertinent guidelines. Best … Continue reading

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Alaska Child Custody

Title 25 is the Alaska Family Code. This section of law contains all the rules and guidelines about family matters, including information about child custody. Child custody laws are important for any parent in the state who is in a … Continue reading

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South Dakota Child Custody

The child custody laws for South Dakota are found in Chapter 25-4 in the South Dakota Codified Laws. If you are a parent going through a custody situation in the state of South Dakota, you should learn these guidelines and … Continue reading

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Delaware Child Custody

Delaware custody laws are found in Title 13, Chapter 7 of the Delaware Code. These are important laws for a parent involved in a custody situation to know. They are especially important as a parent begins to create a Delaware … Continue reading

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Montana Child Custody

Title 40, Section 4 in the Montana Code contains the laws about child custody. Here is a brief overview of the laws–they are especially helpful to know when creating a Montana custody agreement. The Best Interest of the Child Section … Continue reading

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Rhode Island Child Custody

Rhode Island’s domestic laws are found in Title 15 of the state statutes. Within this section the state has included the laws about child custody. Parents should take the time to become familiar with these laws–especially as they make a … Continue reading

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Hawaii Child Custody

The laws about Hawaii child custody are found in Chapter 571, Article 31 of the Hawaii Revised Statutes. Here is a brief overview of some of the guidelines. The Hawaii Parenting Plan Chapter 571-46.5 requires that parents in a custody … Continue reading

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New Hampshire Child Custody

New Hampshire state laws about child custody are found in Chapter 461-A of the New Hampshire revised statutes. These are important laws for a parent involved in a custody case in the state. Some of these laws apply especially to … Continue reading

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Maine Child Custody

Child custody laws for the state of Maine are found in Title 19-A of the Maine Revised Statutes. Within these statutes parents can find the necessary information for their custody situations–including the right information about making a Maine custody agreement. … Continue reading

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Idaho Child Custody

Article 32 of the Idaho statutes contains the laws and guidelines the state has concerning child custody. Parents in a custody situation should familiarize themselves with these rules so they can be prepared throughout the proceeding. It is particularly important … Continue reading

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