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March 2019 Archives

Tips for long distance travel for your kids to come visit you

Making arrangements for long distance visitation with your child might be difficult. There are many factors that go into these situations. One of these is trying to figure out when the child can come to you. This will depend on the school schedule, as well as your work schedule. Arranging the travel plans as early as possible can make things a bit easier when it is time for the kids to travel to you.

Divorce decisions must be handled carefully to avoid mistakes

Many aspects of a divorce can lead to you feeling stressed out. There isn't much that you can do to reduce this since you can't avoid the decisions that have to be made. You might find that preparing for these can go a long way toward helping you to reduce your stress. We realize that you might need some assistance determining what options you have. We are here to help you with this.

Parenting plans can be rigid or flexible, depending on needs

Child custody cases are often difficult for the parents to deal with, but trying to work together with your ex may make this a bit easier. Many parents don't realize that they can really start their parenting relationship off on the right foot if they compromise from the start.

Major child custody decisions shouldn't be put off until later

Many people who have a child custody agreement with their ex likely don't look forward having to discuss potentially contentious matters with that person. Unfortunately, you face the possibility of having to do this as your child gets older and their needs change. It can be difficult to think about making these modifications but the children can suffer if you try to continue to shoehorn them into the terms of an agreement that was made when they were much younger.

Property division decisions might have special considerations

The property division process is one of the most stressful things you will go through as you divorce. You and your ex have to divide everything that you have acquired during the marriage. This includes debts and assets, so you need to be prepared to do work to get it all handled. We are here to help you through the process.

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