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Custody during school breaks: How to avoid a conflict

School breaks are a lot of fun for kids, but for divorced parents, the extra stress of having a child home all day for several days in a row easily becomes a concern. Parents need to work, but at the same time, they must be there for their children. That's part of what makes school breaks so difficult.

Should parents stay together?

Divorce isn't easy for anyone, but it's especially difficult for teenagers when their parents go their separate ways. Perhaps this is because teenagers are emotional enough as it is, and to have the base of their family structure dissolve takes away some of the emotional foundations they depend on for their feeling of stability.

7 ways to organize joint physical custody

As a parent going through divorce, you may be advocating for a joint, 50-50 custody split. If you choose a joint physical custody parenting plan, it means that your child will spend half of the time living with you and the other half living with your spouse.

The alternating weeks parenting plan: What it looks like

There are virtually an unlimited number of ways to share physical custody of your children with your ex. Parents can organize their parenting plans around their and their children's schedules to best reflect the needs and best interests of everyone involved. In this article, we will discuss the Alternating Weeks parenting plan, which could be a great way to organize your own parenting schedule.

Can you go to jail for not paying child support?

Are you waiting to receive child support payments from the other parent of your child? Maybe the other parent is telling you that the money is coming soon, or that it's not his or her fault. Regardless, the reasons and excuses, if you're struggling financially due to unpaid child support, the law is on your side.

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