January 2017 Archives

Pitt and Jolie form visitation agreement with conditions

When a relationship is in turmoil, the door is open for all manner of emotional and even physical conflicts. And when feelings boil over, it is all too easy to lash out at someone you love. Unfortunately, if the party on the other end of an unfortunate incident happens to be your child, it is possible that there could be an intervention on behalf of the authorities.

Preparation can lead to success during child custody mediation

A large portion of success in any endeavor can be attributed to preparation. So if you are a divorcing parent who is worried about your impending child custody mediation, you may want to focus your efforts on getting ready for your next meeting.

Grandparents taking on more important roles in today's families

Looking back through recent history, we can see some major shifts in how people live their daily lives. The stay-at-home mom and go-to-work dad dynamic is not nearly so prevalent today as it was 40 or 50 years ago. These days both parents typically work, and the definition of what constitutes the average family has definitely changed. In fact, it is not unusual for households to be headed by single parents.

Pitt and Jolie set aside custody issues for holiday gathering

One of the more compelling celebrity stories of 2016 is that of Brad Pitt's and Angelina Jolie's very public divorce. And child custody issues are a key component of the drama which included allegations of child abuse leveled against Mr. Pitt. Although Mr. Pitt was cleared of these charges, he currently is only allowed to visit the couple's six children with a therapist present.

What are some pitfalls faced by newly divorced fathers?

You may not have imagined that you would ever get divorced, but now that is the reality you are facing. And if you are a father, you may be wondering how to handle all of the forthcoming changes. It is understandable if you are apprehensive. While your divorce may be necessary and good for all involved, including your child, it also creates a new set of circumstances for which you may not be quite prepared.

What are some considerations for visitation with infants?

When you and your ex are working out the time-sharing portion of your parenting plan, there are a variety of factors that must be taken into account. One of the most important factors is the child's age. As you are no doubt aware, a child's needs change as he or she gets older. And a custody or visitation schedule that is appropriate for a 16-year-old is not nearly the same as that for an infant or toddler.

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