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  • Can A Domestic Violence Charge Affect My Custody Order?
    Can A Domestic Violence Charge Affect My Custody Order?

    If you are a parent dealing with a domestic violence charge , it is important to understand how this will affect your custody agreement . A domestic violence charge can seriously impact any child ...

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  • Should I Share Custody Information With My Child’s Teacher?
    Should I Share Custody Information With My Child’s Teacher?

    Deciding whether or not to share custody information with your child’s school is difficult. On the one hand, you may feel that the school professionals need to know to be best prepared in case of a ...

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  • How Should We Handle Our Children’s Technology Use?
    How Should We Handle Our Children’s Technology Use?

    When parents discuss technology use with their children, they are often better equipped to handle conflict down the road. Many parents feel overwhelmed regarding technology and how much access their ...

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  • Which Is Best For My Family? Co-Parenting or Parallel Parenting
    Which Is Best For My Family? Co-Parenting or Parallel Parenting

    After your divorce, you may be unable to effectively communicate with your spouse without conflict arising. When you share children, your tie never truly severs, so you can have a permanent split, as ...

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  • Establishing Paternal Rights As An Unmarried Father
    Establishing Paternal Rights As An Unmarried Father

    Being a father is more than just a legal bond with your children. It’s the relationship you build as your children grow up and the memories you make together. But as an unmarried parent, you may not ...

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  • Is California a “Mother State?”
    Is California a “Mother State?”

    When fighting for child custody, it is important to use every legal advantage you can. You may ask your attorney what you can do when preparing for your child custody case, but it may give you peace ...

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