Tips for Divorced Parents During COVID-19 Quarantine

Tips for Divorced Parents During COVID-19 Quarantine

Child Custody
With schools closed and many parents working from home or on hiatus from work, many people are focusing on family bonding time and activities that will keep their children safe. However, this time can be significantly more stressful for divorced parents who are sharing custody. At this time, stay-at-home orders are not intended to impact custody arrangements, so you should plan to continue on your regular custody schedule. If you and the other parent are on good terms, you should work together to come up with the safest plan that will keep each of you and your children socially isolated as much as possible. However, what if you cannot agree on a plan? What if your ex refuses to acknowledge social distancing or stay-at-home measures? If you believe that the…
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The Benefits of Child Custody Settlements

The Benefits of Child Custody Settlements

Child Custody
When parents decide to divorce or not live together anymore, it is necessary to determine how they will share custody. Most parents want to spend as much time with their children as possible, so they might be inclined to fight for primary custody, which can lead to disagreements. While it might take some negotiation to find a middle ground, reaching a settlement agreement out of court can be highly beneficial. Avoiding Custody Litigation If parents cannot reach a compromise for custody arrangements, the matter will need to go before the court. Each party will present their arguments, and the judge will make the decision how custody will be divided. You know your situation, schedule, and child better than the judge ever will, so the resulting ruling might not be ideal…
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