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May 2020 Archives

When is a prenuptial agreement a good idea?

It can be almost too easy to fall in love and decide to get married. It is often a little bit harder to get the families together for a wedding. But no one thinks it is easy to get a divorce if that is what one or both spouses want to do. A few things can make the process easier if people have the foresight to make the right decisions.

Understanding indirect parenting time interference

The rights of parents are an important aspect of any divorce, and many parents find it difficult to maintain their boundaries properly after divorce or separation. It is natural for many parents to feel that a custody order or parenting plan is not fair, or robs them of valuable time with their child. However, respecting the boundaries of a custody agreement is one of the key ways that parents can make their child's needs the focus of their attention.

How can parenting plans help raise children?

We're often told as children that you accomplish more with a plan. When you have a goal, you have to picture what success looks like and work backwards to figure what you need to do to get there. The same is true when you have children, especially when parents are not living or working together.

Fathers have the same chances to custody rights

Arguing for paternity is not how fathers expect to be recognized. Many hope that a marriage will be enough, and some do not expect to become fathers at all. But the struggle can seem monumental when you sit down and consider all the forms and requirements.

How can men get their rights as fathers?

There is no bond stronger in human history than that of a parent and a child. This creates a lot of love, but it can also create a lot of drama if parents are not on board with each other's plans for the future. It can seem like a punishment if the law does not yet recognize a parent's rights.

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