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Why You Shouldn’t Make Your Kids Pick Sides in a Divorce
Why You Shouldn’t Make Your Kids Pick Sides in a Divorce

Forcing children to “take sides” in divorce can cause long-lasting psychological damage. As studies consistently show, rates of anxiety and depression are higher in children of divorce with high-conflict co-parents. On the flip side, the lower the conflict between ...

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    Forcing children to “take sides” in divorce can cause long-lasting psychological damage. As studies consistently show, rates of anxiety and depression are higher in children of divorce with ...

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  • Developing a Comprehensive Parenting Plan

    If you are getting divorced or will be separating from your partner, then it is a good idea for you to put together a parenting plan. The parenting plan will make it easier for you, your ex-spouse, ...

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    If you're planning for a child custody hearing, you may be nervous or even scared. This can be especially true if you're going through the process for the first time. However, if you know what to ...

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  • How Long Does California Child Support Last?

    Divorced or separated parents that are either receiving or paying child support often wonder about the duration that payments will last. Understanding the time constraints of child support helps both ...

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  • When Can You Modify Your Child Support Agreement in California

    The state of California takes the view that any changes in the income or personal life of an individual parent or guardian should result in either parent seeking a modification to their child support ...

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  • Determining California Child Support

    The State of California has created its own rules and regulations regarding how the calculation of child support will be divided between parents when they pursue a divorce , separation, or another ...

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