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  • How Can Your Work Schedule Affect Child Custody?
    How Can Your Work Schedule Affect Child Custody?

    Child custody decisions are all based on the best interests of the children. Therefore, even the most minor aspects of life are relevant. Many factors play into custody rulings. Everything from a ...

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  • The Four Major Decisions in a Divorce, Part 3: Child Custody and Visitation
    The Four Major Decisions in a Divorce, Part 3: Child Custody and Visitation

    In this series of articles, our firm is taking a closer look into the major decisions that affect all divorces. Last month, we discussed spousal support and property division . When your family ...

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  • I’m Not Listed on My Child’s Birth Certificate. What’s Next?
    I’m Not Listed on My Child’s Birth Certificate. What’s Next?

    The birth of a new family member is a thrilling time for new parents and the extended family. There is a lot of preparation that must be done before you welcome a new baby, and some things can get ...

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  • What Is Included in a Parenting Plan?
    What Is Included in a Parenting Plan?

    A parenting plan, also known as a custody and visitation agreement, outlines how parents will share the rights and responsibilities of raising their children. It is required in all cases involving the ...

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  • Celebrating Halloween After a Divorce
    Celebrating Halloween After a Divorce

    Parenting plans typically address how major holidays, such as Thanksgiving or Christmas, will be spent with the children. While hashing out this agreement, however, you probably did not give Halloween ...

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  • Can I Adopt My Stepchild?
    Can I Adopt My Stepchild?

    The relationship between a stepparent and their stepchild can be extremely close. In some circumstances, the stepparent might wish to make their relationship more permanent and legal through an ...

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