Unless there are serious issues such as domestic violence or substance abuse that prevent one parent from sharing in the parental responsibilities, you will most likely still be joined together when it comes to the raising of your children, so here are a few tips to help you navigate this new relationship with your former spouse.
Family law arbitration is an alternate way for families to settle disputes. Rather than going to court and having a judge decide a case, the family members agree to allow a trained, third-party decision maker called an arbitrator to decide the outcome of their disagreement.
If both parents are fit, co-parenting — an arrangement in which both parents share the duties of raising a child — is preferred by professionals. Here are some of the pros and cons of a co-parenting relationship.
Guardian ad litem is a person whom the court appoints to act as an independent investigator and make recommendations as to what solutions would be in the best interests of a child or person with a disability in a case that involves them.
Summer can be an essential time to support cognitive development. Rather than giving in to your children’s every demand and whim, feeling pressure to spend money entertaining them every minute of every day, encourage them to do some things by themselves, boosting their creativity and development and saving your pocketbook from summertime demise.