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Shared Parenting

We have received an influx of questions about what is allowed and not allowed during this unprecedented time of the COVID-19 crisis. As we all know things are changing on a nearly hour-by-hour basis. In order to provide some guidance on how to best work with your ...

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Blog posts in Family Law

  • Powerful Tips On How To Build a Relationship With Your Stepchildren

    Take the Needed Time: Many children of blended families have survived a painful divorce or seperation. So have their parents, and if there is an ...

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  • Why Is Talking About Your Ex Not a Smart Idea

    When a relationship ends, it's usually because there was a big situation that was not able to be handled. Sometimes the relationship started off ...

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  • Different Types Of Parenting Time Schedules

    Parenting time is an important topic and there are several different types.The first one is equal parenting time. This is where both parents have an ...

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  • Consequences of Past Due Child Support

    Arizona takes child support very seriously. In situations, when the non-custodial parent who has been ordered to pay child support fails to do so, the ...

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  • In a Nutshell - What Is The Determining Factor For Who Gets The House In a Divorce?

    In most divorce scenarios, your home is treated as community property. Each spouse is given an interest of 50% within the community property. As far ...

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  • What Does Divorce & Social Media Have In Common?

    There are many reasons people seek a divorce. One of the reasons that experts have studied and verified is that there seems to be a correlation ...

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  • 5 Major Tips That Will Help You With Step-Parenthood

    5 Tips for Surviving Step-Parenthood 1. Be patient. There’s a reason that they call patience a “virtue.” It actually is. Stepparents need to have ...

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  • How To Enforce Your Parenting Time Plan

    Parenting time is the legal term that refers to the actual time spent with a parent. It is sometimes referred to as access, contact, residential time ...

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  • How Joint Families Can Stay Peaceful During The Holidays

    A lot of intense situations can arise, such as matters involving child custody or child visitation, can come up when a divorced parent with children ...

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