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What to Consider When Modifying Your Divorce Decree

What to Consider When Modifying Your D...

Relocations are the leading cause for child custody modifications. Most people move about 12 times in their lifetimes. Most people relocate for job purposes. As a result, these moves usually involve child support changes, and possibly spousal support changes, as well. Even if the other…

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What Happens if a Visitation Order Has Been Violated?

What Happens if a Visitation Order Has...

Long before there were Amber Alerts on smartphones, pictures of missing children appeared on milk cartons. This program began in neighboring Iowa in the early 1980s. Many people believed strangers had snatched these children. That was true in a few cases. But even today, the…

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Factors the Court Will Consider During Child Custody Hearings

Factors the Court Will Consider During...

Going through a divorce as a parent can be one of the most difficult things you do in your life. Not only do you need to stand up for your rights, but also your child's rights. If you and your child's other parent can agree…

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Seven Child Custody Factors in Schaumburg

Seven Child Custody Factors in Schaumb...

The best interests of the children is the overarching principle in parenting time divisions. Most good parents agree with this concept. Many parents disagree as to the specifics, however. Furthermore, some parents have trouble distinguishing the needs of the children from the wants of the…

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Handling the Holidays with a Parenting Plan

Handling the Holidays with a Parenting...

As the holidays approach, parents across the country scramble to find ways to manage the stress that inevitably comes with balancing a parenting plan with the holiday season. Often, considerations for specific holidays as well as more general ways to approach the holidays are included…

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