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Finding Proofs of Parental Alienation Syndrome
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During a divorce, you’ll be faced with many decisions that may affect your financial security. This article outlines the most common financial mistakes divorcing spouses make and provides tips on how to avoid them. check to learn more.
Biological parents have a right to seek child visitation or child custody. This is true regardless of whether the child's parents were married when the child was born. Unless evidence indicates otherwise, courts making child visitation decisions presume that involvement of both parents benefits the child. check to learn more.
Some unmarried couples have joint legal custody over their children. This means that both parents to whom the joint legal custody refers have the legal authority to make such decisions. One of the most common conflicts pertaining to child custody occurs when one parent wants to relocate with the child. check to learn more.
Unexpected problems come up in many divorces, and yet the overwhelming number of cases are settled by agreement rather than decided by a judge. You usually have the power either to defuse a touchy situation or to inflame it. check to learn more.
A custodial parent is the primary parent who shares a home with the child. Typically, this means that a court of law has given primary legal or physical custody to one of the parents, the parents have reached an informal agreement, or there is only one parent involved in the child’s life. check to learn more.