What are Normal Child Visitation Rights during a Divorce?

How Much Visitation Time is Considered “Normal” or “Average?” Going through a divorce is a difficult process and this is only made more emotional and more stressful when children are involved. When a couple decides to end their marriage and they have children, they must decide...

Increasing Your Chance of Winning Custody During Divorce

When going through a divorce, parents must determine with whom their minor children will live and who will make critical child-rearing decisions. If divorcing parents cannot make these decisions, they take the issue to court. A family court judge considers several factors when...

With Children Gone, Is Custody Possible?

In the blink of an eye, a divorce changes everything. Two people who were formerly happily cohabitating begin living separate lives, initially bearing some emotional scars. Children begin living with one parent or spend time with each parent separately. In many cases, one spouse...

I Want To Fight For Child Custody During My Divorce

Most divorces are not cut and dry because spouses tend to disagree when dividing property or deciding on child custody arrangements. While a car or even a home can be replaced, a child cannot, making custody a particularly important issue. If you want to win custody in divorce,...

When Parents Divorce, What Happens to Their Children

The divorce rate in today’s society is staggering. Many of these couples have children, meaning that additional lives are affected by the dissolution of the marriage. When parents divorce, they must think about not only dividing their assets and beginning separate lives but...
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How to Prepare to Win a Child Custody Fight

What You Should Know in Order to Win Your Child Custody Case More often than many people believe, parents end up in court, fighting the child custody battle with their ex-spouse or significant other. Since the parents cannot reach an agreement on their own, it is left up to the...

How Does a Stay At Home Mother Win Custody?

Stay at home mothers have a vested interest in keeping their children in the unfortunate event of a divorce. Since mothers who stay home to care for children do not bring any income into the home, it is often difficult for them to retain custody based on financials alone. a...

How Can You Win Sole Custody during Divorce?

Coming to terms with a broken marriage can be very difficult, especially when children are involved. Regardless of how you and your spouse have grown apart or feel about each other, the feelings and love you have for your children will remain unchanged. Unfortunately, the divorce...

Understanding Joint and Sole Custody in Divorce

When going through a divorce, child custody is usually at the forefront of issues to be settled. Parents have to make the decision if they want the children full time, part time, or not at all. If the spouses can come to an agreement prior, it would obviously make the divorce go...

How To Request Sole Child Custody During Divorce

During a divorce, most parents and courts negotiate joint custody of minor children. In this arrangement, children spend time living with each parent and both parents have the right to make childrearing decisions. In some divorces, one parent may want to file for sole physical...
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