Monthly Archives: March 2012

How to Prepare a Custody Agreement for Court

If you are involved in a custody case, you should do everything you possibly can to increase your chances of having your custody agreement successfully accepted by the court. Custody X Change is software that creates professional parenting plan documents … Continue reading

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Preparing a Custody Agreement for Mediation or Court

Too often, people involved in custody disputes focus on what they want and getting their own way. They allow their desire to “win” to overshadow what is most important—their child. Children with good parents benefit from having both parents actively … Continue reading

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Making Parental Custody Agreements Less Overwhelming

Getting divorced is stressful, especially when there are child custody issues involved. As part of your divorce proceedings, you and the other parent must work together to create a parental custody agreement. This detailed document outlines what you and the … Continue reading

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Military Parenting Plans Outline Temporary Custody Shifts

When you divorce, you and the other parent must create a parenting plan—one that provides a stable routine of visits with your children. Whether you have sole custody or joint custody, a parenting plan is designed to help you and … Continue reading

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Newborn and Infant Visitation Schedules—How to Foster Parental Bonds

Custody does not have to be a battle.  In fact, fighting with your ex all the time will only create stress, tension, and hostility that will have a negative effect on your child. Ultimately, you and your ex are the … Continue reading

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The New Mother’s Guide to Newborn and Infant Visitation Schedules

If you are a first time mother and separated from your baby’s father, you may not even know where to begin dealing with custody issues. The good news is that in most states an unwed mother is considered to be … Continue reading

Categories: Child Visitation, Child Visitation Schedule

Make the Most of Your Co-Parenting Calendar

Raising your children with the other parent when you are divorced introduces a range of challenges that can threaten your children’s healthy development. It’s tough to put aside your past relationship issues and focus on your children. One of the … Continue reading

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Where’s Home for the Holidays? Create a Holiday Custody Schedule

As divorcing parents, you must include a custody schedule as part of your divorce proceedings. It must specify where your children will be on every day of the year, including holidays. Because of the sentiment attached to the holidays, this … Continue reading

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Minimize the Miles With an Interstate Parenting Plan

As a divorced or separated parent, you must make decisions about where your children will live and how they will be raised. A parenting plan helps you and the other parent agree on complex factors regarding the decision-making processes surrounding your … Continue reading

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Custody Agreements for School Age Children and Teenagers—Beyond the Basics

All good custody agreements should be detailed and contain some common elements. A custody agreement should contain a child visitation schedule. This schedule should state when the child is going to be with each parent on a regular basis. It … Continue reading

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Motivations for Modifying Your Parenting Plan

At the time of your divorce proceedings, the court approves a parenting plan designed to help you and the other parent raise your children after the divorce. That plan is approved based on what is in the children’s best interests … Continue reading

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Custody Agreements for Teenagers

A good custody agreement is essential for separated or divorced parents with children of any age. Your parenting plan will be the foundation of your parenting methods and the rules for raising your child. It is important to create a … Continue reading

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