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  • Co-Parenting Tips
    Co-Parenting Tips

    Tips for Co-Parenting Separation usually serves as a test run before couples take the plunge and jump headfirst into divorce . Testing what life would be like while living apart or even seeing other ...

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  • Helping Kids Through Divorce
    Helping Kids Through Divorce

    How to Help Kids Cope With Divorce A long, drawn-out child custody battle can be both financially and emotionally draining for the adult parties involved. But more importantly, it can be a difficult ...

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  • Understanding the Different Types of Custody
    Understanding the Different Types of Custody

    Although children may be small in size, any parent knows they come with a lot of responsibility; and the issue of child custody can be equally complex. The most common understanding of child custody ...

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  • Allegations of Alcohol or Drug Abuse & Child Custody Rights
    Allegations of Alcohol or Drug Abuse & Child Custody Rights

    Court Ordered Drug Testing in Child Custody Cases Child custody is often a highly contested issue in many family law proceedings. When there are allegations of a parent’s drug or alcohol abuse, ...

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  • Termination of Parental Rights and Step-Parent Adoption
    Termination of Parental Rights and Step-Parent Adoption

    Often times, a parent may re-marry after a divorce . In an effort to unify the new family unit, a stepparent may desire to adopt his new spouse/partner’s child from her previous marriage. This desired ...

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  • Fighting for Custody as a Deployed Service Member
    Fighting for Custody as a Deployed Service Member

    After the September 11th terrorist attacks, thousands of Americans left a spouse and children behind to enlist in the military to fight for our country. [1] A few years later, some of these Americans ...

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