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Parenting - Sometimes when we are creating a parenting plan in divorce mediation, a divorcing couple seems puzzled by all the questions. Our plans are usually very thorough - we like to review custody plans and holidays, as well as education, religious school, outside activities, college expenses, etc...
Creating Your Parenting Plan - When I first started practicing family law and handled family divorce cases, parenting arrangements following a divorce tended to look very similar in each case. The beauty of divorce mediation is that together with Divorce Mediators, you create a parenting plan that works for your family...
50/50 Parenting Plans - A lot of people come to divorce mediation thinking that they want a 50/50 parenting plan. It sounds like a great idea – fair, even, and good for the children. And it is all these things...
Nesting Plans for Child Custody - For many divorcing couples, keeping the children in the marital home is top priority. And with good reason. For some, the marital home may be the only home they've ever known. And depending on the age of your children, change may not be something they're excited about
Kids and Divorce - Are You Really Putting Them First? - As a mediation firm, we believe in squarely putting kids first. That's why when it comes to kids and divorce, we start all mediations with the parenting plan and child custody arrangement. But while we choose to put children first, sometimes the parties mediating forget to do so. This can lead to some pretty nasty arguments. With less than optimal results
How to Create a Successful Parenting Plan - When your divorce or separation includes children, one of the most important decisions you must make is how you will arrange your children’s time. Your parenting plan, formerly called custody and visitation, should be tailored to the needs, challenges, and opportunities for your specific family...
Modifying Child Custody Agreements - A motion, or request, conducted after the rendering of a judgment is known as a post-judgment, or post-trial motion. In family law modification requests are usually made to alter child custody, child support and alimony judgments. If you are a parent who wants to request that your child custody arrangement be modified, you should take a look at the ways that they may be altered...
The Myth About Unhappy Children With Divorced Parents - There is a myth that children of divorced couples are not happy people as adults and often do not do as well in relationships as opposed to those who grew up in a home with two loving parents. While this is true with some children, the outcome depends on why the parents were divorced in the first place...
Holiday Gifts - Put your Ex-Spouse before the Kids! - Holiday gift giving should be thoughtful and should not lead to conflict for divorced parents - but it often does. When putting together your holiday gift list, we encourage you to consider the impact the gifts you purchase for your children may have on your ex-spouse as well as on the children...
Protecting The Kids During and After the Divorce - “Healthy” divorcees are those where the divorcing parents work together cooperatively, refrain from criticizing or undermining each other in front of their children, and despite how hard it may be, they promote positive relationships with the other parent. These actions require a great deal of effort on the part of parents particularly in the area of communication...
How to Effectively Co-Parent After Divorce - Co-parenting after divorce is now a popular arrangement between divorcing parents. Successful co-parenting arrangements usually succeed when parents live in close proximity to each other, have equitable households and are good at scheduling...
The Healthy Parenting Plan - No more teachers, no more books - The transition out of school and into summer can be a mixed blessing for parents. The immediate sense of relief from the daily grind is often compromised by looming gaps in child care and structured activity...
The Healthy Parenting Plan - Where to Begin? - Risking the obvious, it is emotionally refreshing to revel in the conclusion that divorce is not about children. Divorced parents are still legally related to their children; and mothers and fathers still raise and nurture their children...
Understanding Child Custody’s Key Components - In any divorce, custody will be one of the most difficult subjects to resolve. Child custody in itself is a complex matter, rife with legal nuances and potentially volatile emotions. Part of a divorce attorney's job in representing a client is to help that client fully understand the different factors that may apply and issues that should be considered...
Parenting Coordination - One extremely effective approach is Parenting Coordination (PC). This is most commonly described as a child-focused non-adversarial dispute resolution process that is court ordered or agreed upon by divorced and separated parents who have an ongoing conflict and/or litigation concerning their children...
Grandparents Taking Custody of Child Left in Their Care - Parents, particularly younger ones, sometimes face temporary changes of housing or temporary job or military assignments, where they may need grandparents to care for their child. Sometimes the parent will give the grandparent legal forms such as letters of temporary guardianship, to allow the grandparent to handle school and medical matters, but without actually transferring custody to the grandparent (which would require a court order to undo)
You Can’t Split the Baby, But You Can Split the Holidays - Divorcing or divorced couples with children often have the dilemma of how to handle the issue of two parents, kids and the holidays. The court does not care about the needs of the parents. Rather, the focus is on the children and what is in the children's best interests...
Holiday Parenting Doesn’t Have To Be A "War of the Roses"! - There's still time to make arrangements to improve the chances of a happy holiday season. Your children want and need the support and love of both their parents. When you arrange a smooth holiday experience for them, it reduces their stress and insecurity and possibly ensures the season will be a memorable and positive experience...
Whose House is MY House for Christmas - Mommy’s or Daddy’s? - If you’ve recently divorced and see the holidays coming fast, planning ahead will make certain things will go smoothly for you and your children. It’s important to anticipate problems and prevent them from turning a joyful season into a nightmare
Old Enough to Choose - There are many people involved including children, siblings, elder parents and family members who may be residing in the same household or may be required to help provide child care for children. The stakes are much higher when the parties are unable to agree on a parenting plan or visitation schedule especially when young children are involved...
Child Custody - Child custody is a legal term used when a couple - married or in a civil union - have children together. Under the law, the parents have joint guardianship and equal parental rights...
Understanding the Different Types of Custody - Going through a separation and divorce can be a very confusing and emotional time, especially when there are children involved. Couples who share children must consider more than just who will receive what property...
Common Visitation Schedules for Children - If you plan to get visitation of your children, you may be wondering how often you will see them. The answer varies depending on the circumstances...
The Parenting Plan - A Map for Allies or a Means to Continue the War? - The most difficult aspect of a custody battle, in my opinion, is that typically both parents have an established pattern of dysfunctional behaviors that limit positive family interaction. The conflict, the drama, and the fighting are rarely about the true needs of the children...
Current Child Development and Parental Conflict Research Challenge Certain Legal Assumptions - The United States has the highest rate of divorce in the industrialized world. It is estimated that 25% of the adults in this country between the ages of 18 and 44 are the product of divorced households...
How to Respond When Your Wife Challenges Paternity - During divorce, some manipulative women claim their husband is not the biological father of their children. The point of this is to discourage the father from going after custody or visitation...
What is Joint Physical Custody? - One of the most common inquiries from parents that are going through a divorce involves the different types of custody, namely, what joint physical custody is...
Developing a Successful Parenting Plan - The ultimate goal is to establish a plan and a schedule that is fair, and will benefit the children by allowing them to receive maximum support and love from both parents so that the transition goes as smoothly as possible for everyone involved...
What is Joint Custody? - Joint custody is the separate but equal sharing of parental responsibilities for minor children from both a physical custody and legal custody perspective after a couples divorce
Paternity - A paternity action seeks a legal declaration as to who the Father of a child is. It is sometimes necessary if the parents of a child are not married...
Visitation - Seeing and spending time with your children is a major part of a child's life, as well as an important part of child rearing. It is also a right of constitutional dimension...
Relocation - When a parent with whom the children primarily resides relocates to another state, it makes frequent contact with the children impossible...
Guardian Ad Litem - If you have a "custody fight" (battle over physical residence of the child, or parental rights and responsibilities), it is quite likely that a Guardian Ad Litem will be appointed to your case...
What Will My Divorce Mean for My Kids and Their Wellbeing? - When we talk to our children, sometimes, we treat them as we would another family member or a friend - perhaps not trying to spread toxicity, but to simply educate that child as to the weaknesses or character flaws of the other parent. Not only is it harmful and inappropriate, but it doesn't work...
Social Media and the Family Court - Over the last five years or so, evidence from Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, blogs and other social media has been used in all types of family law cases. Social media evidence is now routinely used in divorce cases, alimony reduction/Lepis hearings, child support hearings, and child custody visitation disputes. Sometimes the evidence obtained from social media websites can be critically important...
100 Things You Must Know Before Creating a Parenting Plan (otherwise known as a custody and visitation order) - This guide is designed to help you work with your co-parent to determine a comprehensive parenting plan (also known as a custody and visitation order). I believe that it is not always necessary to hire an attorney at exorbitant cost to complete your family law case successfully...
Modification of Child Custody/Visitation - If minor children are involved in your divorce your case is never really "over" until they are no longer minors. During the divorce the custody and visitation issues will hopefully be resolved by agreement of if necessary by the judge...
Removal of Children From the State - We are frequently asked whether a custodial parent can move out of state with the minor children over the objection of the non-custodial parent, particularly where the custodial parent is to be remarried or has experienced a change in employment...
Parenting Issues You May Want to Consider - Legal custody refers to decision making for your children. Most parents in mediation choose to have joint legal custody, whereby both parents make critical decisions, together, for their children. Such decisions may include non-emergency medical care, school issues, and all other decisions affecting the children's health, education, welfare, growth and development...
Parenting Plans for Special Needs Children - Increasingly probate courts are paying particular attention to parenting plans. Judges, as all professionals involved with divorcing couples, recognize the difficulties of co-parenting after divorce. The objective underlying the mandatory Parent Education Program is for parents to understand the effects of divorce on children...
Lately, More Men are Going to Court to Prove They are Fathers - "Dave" was stunned, crestfallen. The judge in his divorce ruled that he could no longer see or parent his 10 year-old daughter. Ever. No shared custody, no visitation, no contact...
What to Do if Your "Ex" Fails to Return Your Children on Time - It's 9:00 PM Sunday and your two girls were due back from their weekend with your "ex" three hours earlier. You've called and your former spouse says he/she will bring them back when he/she is "good and ready". You ask when that might be and the reply is "maybe tomorrow, maybe next week, maybe never"...
Parents Living in Different States - When parents who live in two different states and they want to make their custody arrangement into a formal court order, or when they need to resolve a dispute about custody or visitation parenting time, then it may be very difficult to determine which state court should handle the case...
A Pokey "Ex" Could End Up in the "Pokey" if They Refuse to Bring Your Kids Back on Time - Last week's column outlined what to do if your "ex" doesn't return your children at the time identified in your court order. In many cases, these delays are neither intentional nor malicious, but the product of poor time management...
Mediating a Custody Crisis Can be Better Than Going Back to Court - Last week's column dealt with a mother's query about the age at which children are given considerable sway by the court in determining how much time they spend with each of their divorced parents. Her two children, aged 12 and 14, were resisting spending the time with their father provided for in the court-approved parenting plan...
Testimony of Your Child - Nobody can tell the judge in a custody or visitation case what to do, not you, not your lawyer, and certainly not your child. Not even at 17 years old, just six months from the age of majority in this state, can your child tell the judge what arrangements may be made for custody or visitation...
Practical Tips on Parental Conduct During and Following Divorce - Put your children's welfare first. Never use your children as a weapon against your spouse. Be sure your children have ample time with the other parent. They need it. Don't introduce your children to your new romantic partner until the children have adjusted to your separation and your new relationship is stable...
Mediation With the Children in Mind: The Role of the Parenting Coordinator - There is a relatively new emphasis in Divorce Mediation and related court proceedings - the appointment of a Parenting Coordinator to ensure that the best interests of the children remain paramount...
Custody and Visitation - What do Those Words Actually Mean, in Layman's Terms? - As a divorce mediator in Chicago, Illinois, I spend a lot of my time educating my clients as to what Custody and Visitation mean. In the past, custody always went to the mom and dad got visits every other weekend...
Co-Parenting After a Divorce - Tips From a Mediator - Co-parenting starts the day the decision is made to divorce has been made. Even the most amicable divorces need a plan for future co-parenting. Putting your children's best interests first, no matter how much you may dislike their other parent, is the key to co-parenting...
Child Relocation and Time-Sharing - Unfortunately, many of us are related to or have friends who are divorced. Divorce brings about a restructuring of families in which parents have to continue to cooperate and communicate long after the dissolution of the marriage...
Procedural Changes for Grandparent Caregivers - It's the holiday season and the big question is where do the kids go now that we are separated? The first holidays after separation can be unusually stressful. So many memories rise to the surface during holidays and tend to exaggerate feelings of loss...
Divorce and Holidays: Don't Fowl Out - It's the holiday season and the big question is where do the kids go now that we are separated? The first holidays after separation can be unusually stressful. So many memories rise to the surface during holidays and tend to exaggerate feelings of loss...
Summertime, Vacation, and Visitation. Take Care of Luggage, Not Baggage... - Most of us look forward to summertime and vacations with our children. So, why is it that divorce can turn the golden months into tarnished experiences? Aside from the too often intrusive emotional baggage, divorce brings an abundance of add-on complications...
How Do You Develop a Parenting Plan When Parents Separate? - One of the most important tasks in divorce is the creation of an agreement that describes the arrangement between parents and their minor children. This agreement is called a parenting plan. The plan addresses issues of custody and visitation...
Don't Divorce the Children - Does divorce traumatize children? The answer depends on two factors: the child's resiliency and the environment created by divorce. People are unique in their personal makeup. Some experience events like they're made of Teflon - it just slides off. Others experience events as severe trauma - they are enduringly influenced...
The Parenting Plan and the Young Child - Today we look at the needs of younger children. The younger child is experiencing the most critical stages of psychosocial development. They are learning how to thrive in their environments, make and maintain connections with others, and adapt to changing worlds...
The Parenting Plan and the Teenager - In the process of a divorce with minor children, the parenting plan is among the most important tasks since it can have long-lasting consequences on both children and parents. Carefully considering the situation of parents and children is important to realize dividends later...
The Parenting Plan and Adult Children in Divorce - The law in California imposes a responsibility on divorced parents to provide for their minor children (generally under the age of 18) and disabled adult children. But many parents continue to feel responsible for their children during the young adult's transition to independent living...
Child Custody: Parents vs. Grandparent - In 2000, the United States Supreme Court in Troxel v. Granville, 530 U.S. 57 (2000), made a landmark decision regarding the visitation rights of grandparents. The Court held that it is a fundamental liberty of parents to make decisions concerning their child's custody. It includes the freedom to decide when and with whom minor children can spend their time, and applies to time spent with grandparents...
Can a Custodial Parent Take a Child Out of State? - A child typically cannot be removed from his state of domicile or residence without the prior approval of the court or judge who awarded custody. If the custodial parent moves the domicile of the minor child out of state against the wishes of the non-custodial parent and without the permission of the court, then the court may sanction orders of contempt...
Child Custody Move-Away Issues - When a custodial parent in a child custody proceeding requests a move-away order from the court allowing him/her to move a significant distance that would interfere with the noncustodial parent's visitation and his/her contact with the children, this is commonly referred to as a move-away case...
Joint Custody and the Best Interest Standard - "In the best interest of the child" or "child's best interest" is the famous mantra of the family court prevalent in child custody proceedings today, yet its interpretation by the family court or judges is often arbitrary and its meaning is still obscure...
Child Custody Orders and Judicial Authority - For many divorced and separated parents with children, there is a common answer as to why they ended up with the child custody and visitation arrangement they have: "the judge decided it." In other words, the judge chose the parenting arrangement based on his or her belief of what was in the child's best interest...
Child Custody Basics: Rights, Residency, and Relationships - "Child custody" is a legal term that is often used by family courts to describe the rights and responsibilities of divorced parents and their minor children, the residency or placement of the children, and the relationship and/or amount of contact the children have with each parent...
Blended Families: Protecting Children the Second Time Around - Second marriages are a time for new beginnings, dreams of romance and adventure may abound. Then, too, there are the concerns. Most disturbing of all are the worries that center around entitlements of children. First and foremost, in that vague and elusive basket of free-floating fears, are those that pertain to one's children...
Co-Parenting in Divorce for the Children's Sake - Most divorcing parents are concerned about the impact of the divorce on their children. In fact, many people either delay or completely forego divorce out of fear of its impact on children...
Reducing Stress in Visitation Exchanges - As your divorce progresses, you may find that you actually feel better when you have less contact with your ex. If you do not have children together, this is not a difficult objective to obtain...
Divorcing Parents Beware: Here are Ways to Avoid Ruining the Holidays for Your Children - If you are contemplating a divorce or going through a divorce this holiday season, it is crucial that you don't make your children suffer during the holidays... or for any other time for that matter. With some effort on the part of both parents, your children's holiday won't be a time they remember as adults as the saddest time of the year...
The Role of the Parenting Coordinator - PC from A to Z - A Parenting Coordinator (PC) is a neutral third party who helps separated or divorced high conflict parents resolve child-related disagreements outside of court. In the short run, the purpose of getting a PC involved in such cases is to avoid multiple court appearances...
Holiday Parenting Plans - Parenting as a single parent during the holidays can be tough. Some advance planning will save you from some of the holiday stress, however. In our practice, we find that a well thought out parenting plan, including exchange times for the children, is key to having holiday parenting go smoothly...
Client Preparation for Custody Evaluations and Court-Ordered Mediation - Custody mediations and evaluations are critical in contested custody cases, yet clients routinely go into sessions without a basic knowledge about the process and what is expected of them, and often with inflexible positions on custody arrangements...
When Your Children Are With the Other Parent - When we write about divorce and children switching homes, most of the time the focus is on the children: what it is like for them and how to help them make smooth transitions. We forget to address the needs of the parents who are left alone at home in an empty house once the children are gone...
Interference with Visitation - After a bitter divorce, visitation disputes can linger for years if not decades. I have seen many people ruin their lives by engaging in mental warfare with their ex-spouse over visitation disputes...
Questions and Answers on the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction - The Hague Convention is a term used to cover a number of international treaties on different areas of the law, ranging from commercial issues, legal procedures and money judgments to international child abduction and adoption. There are many Conventions, each covering a different topic and having its own title...
Paternity Fraud - Recently, in a California Court case, a man filed in court to set aside the order of paternity and order of child support which were both on default against him five years earlier. The appellate court did set aside those orders, once paternity testing proved him not to be the father...
Should I Move Out? - Clients often ask whether they should move out of the marital home prior to or during the commencement of divorce proceedings. The answer is that it depends. Generally speaking, if child custody, parenting time, or possession of the home might be an issue in the proceedings, I advise against it...
Parenting and Divorce: Meeting the Needs of Our Children - Children are a huge source of love in our lives; they can say one sentence, bring a huge smile to our face, and remind us of the innocence of childhood. Children all deserve that time of play, laughter, and fun as they grow up. This article addresses what parents and other loved ones can do to support children before, during and after a divorce...
The Parent's Promise - 1. I will not speak negatively about my child's other parent to my child. 2. I will not say to my child "that (insert negative behavior or characteristic) is just like your father/mother"...
Things to Consider if Your Co-Parent is Not Cooperating - 1. Always be aware of your behavior first. Ask yourself "Am I acting in the best interest of my child?" Read the Parent's Promise. 2. Tell your child you love them through your actions and your words on a consistent basis. Give yourself reminders if you need to...
International Kidnapping & The Hague Convention - Divorce rates continue to rise and our world grows smaller with each leap in technology making international travel commonplace. With these societal changes, a dramatic increase has been seen in child abductions and child kidnappings by custodial and non-custodial parents...
Visitation and Visitation issues - A parent that is not awarded physical custody has a visitation schedule. Often when a parent is awarded visitation rather than physical custody, they feel as if they are being characterized as an inferior parent. That is not what "visitation" was intended to mean...
Joint Physical Custody: Smart Solution or Problematic Plan? - My husband and I are separated, and he has our kids at his apartment every other weekend. Just when things seemed a little less crazy, he announced he wanted joint custody. What should I do?...
Helping Your Own Custody Case - With more fathers seeking custody of their children than ever before, it is important to realize what things courts consider in determining children's best interests. Courts often look at who performs basic but important services for the kids. If you are not doing all or most of these things, you should start immediately...
10 Common Mistakes and Oversights in Divorce Agreements (Related to the Children) - Often, what brings them back are errors, omissions and oversights in their original divorce agreements. So, for the benefit of those currently going through the divorce process, here's my list of top ten mistakes and oversights related to the children...
How to Prepare for a Custody Hearing - In a custody proceeding, the role of the court is to determine the best interests; of the child. The court will consider the child;s physical, educational, spiritual and emotional needs, as well as the parents; fitness and parenting skills, the child's physical, intellectual and emotional development, the child's preferences, the location and attributes of each parent's home, the...
Guidelines for Custody Evaluations - Treat the psychologist with respect. Be friendly, sincere and candid. Smile. Approach the evaluation as you would approach a job interview. Do not become defensive. Do not treat the psychologist as a confidante. Statements that you make to the psychologist are NOT confidential...
Visitation Recommendations - Child Under Three - While an infant, the developmental issues are the need for food, sleep, physical contact and visitations so that the infant can recognize faces. During the tender years, the noncustodial parent should have frequent and regular visitations with the child. These periodic visits should be at least two hours in duration and no overnight stays are recommended...
Replacing Custody Battles With Parenting Plans - Children need both parents. Except in cases where one parent is abusive or unable to provide proper care and supervision, children benefit when both Mom and Dad play major roles in their lives...
Co-Parenting Agreements - Each parent agrees to have the children bathed, dressed, and fed, before the other one picks them UP...
Step-Parent Adoptions - A step-parent over the age of eighteen who is presently married to the consenting natural or adoptive parent of a child can under California law become the legal adoptive parent of the child provided one of several circumstances exists...
Re-establishing and Increasing Visitation - It's a safe bet that every parent wanted to be with his or her children during this past holiday season. Unfortunately, it is just as certain that many were unable to be with their children because of a one-sided custody arrangement...
Cooperative Parenting Agreement - Cooperative parenting is a process whereby parents living apart agree to act jointly in the best interests of their children, by establishing two homes for them and by consulting with one another concerning the needs of the children and their own needs as co-parents...
Interstate Custody Disputes - When separated parents live in separate states and have a dispute about the custody of their children, there may arise a question about which state should hear the matter. If the parents disagree about which state should have jurisdiction, usually each parent wants the state they live in to be the state which exercises jurisdiction...
Grandparent's Visitation Rights - To Grandfather's House We Go - During the holiday season, we are reminded of the poem by Lydia Child written over 150 years ago, "Over the river and through the woods, to grandfather's house we go; The horse knows the way to carry the sleigh; Through the white and drifted snow."...
Children, Divorce and the Holidays - The holiday season conjures up many images for all of us. The most universal of these images is one that includes happy excited children. However, for children from divorced or separated families, the holidays can be a nightmare...
Single Parenting Through the Holidays - Holidays after a divorce can be very difficult. Holidays with children after a divorce can be worse, even terrifying. Whether this is "your year" with the children or not, facing the holidays and knowing that they will be different from previous years can be challenging...
The Rights of Children of Divorce - 1. Continue to love both parents without guilt or disapproval (subtle or overt) by either parent or other relatives. 2. Be repeatedly reassured that the divorce is not their fault...
Decisions to be Made in Divorce - Sole custody and decisions making by one parent. Joint decision making but reside mostly with one parent. Split residency and joint decision making...
FAQs About Visitation - If a divorce, dissolution, legal separation, or annulment proceeding involves a child and if the court has not issued a shared parenting decree, the court shall make a just and reasonable order or decree permitting each parent who is not the residential parent to visit the child at the time and under the conditions that the court directs, unless the court determines that it would not be in the best interest of the child to permit that parent to visit the child...
Innocent Victims of a Litigious Divorce: The Children - "The war of the Roses" depicted every couple's worst nightmare. Two people who were once in love are engaged in a major battle where both sides lose. Divorce is second only to death as the most stressful of life's experiences...
"Single Parenting in the Summer" - During the school year it can be difficult enough for single parents to keep kids cared for and out of trouble, but when summer arrives and school activities are no longer available, the challenge becomes even more complicated...
Can I Move out of State with the Children - Children who are natives of the State of New Jersey or who have resided in New Jersey for five years may not be removed from the jurisdiction without the consent of both parents or an appropriate Court Order...
A Detailed Glance at Child Custody Legal Custody of the children is commonly viewed as the parent or parents, in the case of joint custody, with whom the decision making authority rests...
The Appointment of Psychological Experts - Court rules allow a qualified expert to render an opinion addressing the ultimate issue to be decided by the Court. Thus, psychologists routinely recommend custody of minor children to one, the other or jointly...
What About the Kids - "The best interest's of the child" determine most issues of custody and visitation. Although the standard is simply defined, proving "best interest" is most difficult and expensive. Opinions from varying sources guide the Court to determine custody and visitation...


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