Custody Junction
Custody Junction™ allows you to schedule, track and monitor your current and future custody, visitation, and support arrangements. It gives you the capability to develop and share (if desired) a detailed parenting calendar, track all scheduled and non-scheduled parenting events, and generate valuable statistical reports for personal or legal use (if needed).



Children & Divorce: The Children Come First:
(Provided by: Divorce Source, Inc. Staff)
Most parents strive to protect their children from the dislocations associated with a breakup, but to their dismay find the task a very difficult and challenging achievement. Even the best-written parenting plan cannot cover every contingency that divorced parents face rearing their children. And without the active involvement of both parents in the lives of their children, parenting becomes much more difficult. Many times, the noncustodial father slowly drifts out the lives of his children, particularly when he remarries and starts a second family with his new wife.

From start to finish, "[d]ivore is a psychologically disorganizing experience for families. Parents themselves often feel bereft, powerless and angry. The adults often need validation and support to reorganize their lives to enable them to parent their children," writes Dr. Marsha L. Shelov and Dr. Maria Alba-Fisch of the Taconic Counseling Group.

Before, during and after the divorce, parents must distinguish between the marital relationship, which is ending, and the parental relationship, which endures.

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