Monthly Archives: May 2012

Provisions for Basic Custody Agreements and Visitation Schedules

A custody agreement should include everything you need to ensure the rules for raising your child apart are clearly defined. Different states have different laws, so you should be aware of the specific legislation in your state to ensure you … Continue reading

Categories: Child Custody Schedule, Child Visitation Schedule, Custody Agreements

What to Include in a Basic Visitation Schedule

Once a custody agreement is accepted by the court, it will become part of the custody order and you will be legally obligated to comply with it. The agreement will serve as the rules and regulations for raising your child … Continue reading

Categories: Child Visitation Schedule, Custody Agreements

The Challenges of Creating Military Visitation Schedules and Custody Agreements

Being in the military adds extra challenges to child custody cases. The first thing you should be concerned about when filing for child custody or responding to a suit for child custody is jurisdiction. Jurisdiction is the right and power … Continue reading

Categories: child custody, Child custody case, Child Custody Schedule, Child Visitation Schedule

Military Custody Agreements – Preparing for Deployment

The laws pertaining to child custody and visitation vary from state to state. Some states have specific laws that apply to military families involved in custody disputes while others do not. You should become familiar with the custody laws in … Continue reading

Categories: Child Visitation Schedule, Custody Agreements

How to Create a Successful Visitation Schedule

Most courts in the United States have some form of standard or generic visitation schedule that is provided to parents who are unable to work out an agreement on their own. As parents, you should want what is best for … Continue reading

Categories: Child Custody Advice, Child custody case, Child Visitation Schedule, Custody Arrangements

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