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Sometimes the parents of a child will split up but never go through a divorce or determine a custody agreement. While it may seem okay at the time, it generally ends up in a messy legal battle and the child may have restricted access to one of his or her parents. There are a number…

When a couple gets a divorce in court, the judge may make a decision about the custody arrangement that the parents will have for their children. This will determine who has legal custody and which parent the child or children will spend the majority of their time with. This is a huge portion of the…

When a couple is planning to get divorced through mediation, they may have a lot of questions about a situation that they may be unfamiliar with. A lot of people choose mediation because it is a cheaper option, the couple gets to stay out of court, and in many situations, the couple gets to walk…

When a couple goes through a divorce and they have children together, a custody agreement will have to be determined. During this highly emotional time, tensions may rise because the possibility of not having full custody of your child can bring a lot of stress to a parent. Though every situation is different, parents may…

When you and your spouse decide to get a divorce,  there are a number of options that you can choose from. One of the options for divorce is known as mediation, which allows a couple to stay out of court. However, there are a lot of documents that you will need to gather when you…

When a couple decides that they no longer want to be married, they will have to decide which type of divorce they would like to obtain. There are a variety of options for the dissolution of a marriage and every couple’s situation is different so it is important to be aware of what the possibilities…

When a couple attends mediation, they are expected to have some idea of what they want to achieve at the completion of the sessions. There are a number of factors that a couple will need to consider when they go through mediation. These include everything from matters of child custody/visitation rights, the process of equitable…

During a divorce, parents will decide who gets to spend the most time with the child. The parent that is with the child more than 50-percent of the time is known as the custodial parent. The parent that does not have the majority of the custody of the child will likely be granted visitation rights….

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