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Child Custody

How frequently will custody exchanges take place?

Sharing custody of your children will mean that you have respite time during which you are not responsible for any parental duties. After a custody exchange, your ex will be the one who has to get up in the middle of the night over a bed-wetting issue or pick the kids...

Addressing your fears about parental abduction

Breaking up with a co-parent is always hard, even if you never married each other. Typically, both parents feel they deserve unrestricted access to their children. When a court disagrees and gives a larger custody share to one parent over the other, it often leads to...

3 key points to remember about child custody

Child custody matters can be very stressful. It’s up to the adults in the situation to try to keep the stress to a minimum. There are several ways to do this.  One of the most important things to remember is that you have to do what’s best for the children now. You...