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Child Custody Archives

Child custody tips for Maryland parents during back to school

Beyond the basics of determining who will be the primary custodial parent and who will have visitation rights, there are several areas of a child's life that may cause parents to think a bit deeper into the role of child custody. One of the most prominent areas is school. When it's time for kids in Maryland to go back to school, parents may find that their agreement needs to be revised in order for the family to work together adequately. While overall child custody arrangements may not change, visitation and involvement roles may.

Child custody in Rockville easier when family comes first

Rockville parents considering divorce may think that once papers are filed, they are free of their soon-to-be ex-spouse. Most parents will find, however, that this is not the case. Once papers are finalized and a stable child custody arrangement has been made, the next step is learning to co-parent effectively, which begins with the realization that both spouses will be involved forever. The reorganization of the family unit is shifted significantly after divorce, but so long as the interests of the child are put first, the arrangement can be extremely successful.

Child custody cases may benefit from 'bill of rights' for kids

One of the biggest challenges for divorcing couples in Maryland may be the emotional side of divorce for children. There may be confusion, anger, disappointment, and even guilt experienced by children. When determining child custody arrangements and going through the motions of a custody dispute, it is important for parents to include their children in the mix. To help with this process, one author has created a list that's defined as a bill of rights for children of divorce.

Tips on child custody, co-parenting after divorce

Divorce often feels like a complicated situation that can be impossible to navigate peacefully, especially when it comes to child custody disputes. Many divorcing parents in Maryland and throughout the nation ask themselves if they'll ever be able to reach an amicable child custody arrangement with their former spouse. One couple who divorced in 2003 decided to share their insights into how they co-parent peacefully and effectively in an effort to help others struggling with the same burning question.

Basketball star in child custody dispute with ex

Maryland residents may have heard that basketball star Dwyane Wade is back in the legal system regarding allegations that his ex-wife attempted to abduct their children. According to reports, Wade was awarded child custody of the couple's two sons in 2011.

More fathers being awarded primary child custody than ever before

It is common knowledge that many states across the country, including Maryland, have had an increase in single mother households during the last few decades, but this is no longer the fastest growing family dynamic in America.

Behavior can help or hurt a child custody case

Emotions can run high in child custody disputes. Maryland parents vying for custody may disagree vigorously regarding the best interests of the child, making it difficult to come to any mutual agreement. As part of this, it's important for a parent caught in a child custody matter to act in a manner that does not do their case any harm.

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