Monthly Archives: July 2010

Types of Child Custody Agreements

Before making your custody agreement, it is helpful to know the types of child custody agreements that are possible. Here is a brief overview of the types of agreements you can have. Custody X Change is software that creates professional … Continue reading

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Communicating About Your Custody Situation

Another great custody resource is the book Custody Chaos, Personal Peace by Jeffrey P. Wittmann. In this book, Wittmann explains how parents can have personal peace of mind concerning the custody situation, even when there are problems with the other … Continue reading

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A Parenting Plan Template for Parents in High Conflict

Philip M. Stahl has an excellent book called Parenting After Divorce: A Guide to Resolving Conflicts and Meeting Your Children’s  Needs. In this book, he has a section about parenting plans for parents with high conflict situations. As he talks … Continue reading

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Should You Have a Sole or Joint Custody Parenting Plan?

What kind of parenting plan is the best one for your child and you? To help you decide, this post looks at the difference between a sole and a joint parenting plan. A Sole Custody Parenting Plan A sole custody … Continue reading

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Supervised Visitation

Most of the time it is in the child’s best interest to have both parents involved in his/her life. But, what happens when one parent isn’t good for the child, or is even dangerous? A common solution for working out … Continue reading

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Creating a Reasonable Visitation Schedule

What is a reasonable visitation schedule? Well, it depends on the situation. A lot of states have laws that it is in the best interest of the child to have reasonable contact with both parents. So, the courts will only … Continue reading

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