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What's custodial interference?

Imagine thinking you're going to pick up your child at 7:00 p.m., only to find out that his mother still has him a few hours from home or that you can't come get your child because he is allegedly sick again, for the fifth time in two weeks. If you suspect that the other parent is interfering in your right to see your child, then custodial interference is something you should look into.

You can survive the holidays following a divorce

After a divorce, it can be hard to want to celebrate the holidays. Maybe your divorce was very recent, so the pain of it is still fresh, or perhaps this is the first year you're celebrating without your child at home on the holiday. Here are a few tips to get through this first year.

3 things to consider when making child custody agreements

A child custody agreement is a roadmap that you will follow when you are dealing with your child's other parent and figuring out how things are going to work with your child. This agreement has to include several points so that you and the other parent can turn to it when questions come up. If you are trying to get the initial child custody agreement drawn up, be sure to think about these points during the process. When necessary, a family law attorney can aid you in deciding important points to consider.

Handling the holidays is easier when a plan has been made

With the winter holidays approaching, divorcing couples might have but one thing on their minds: What happens to the kids. If your arrangements are tentative at best, now is a good time to sit down and solidify them, at least for the next few weeks. Waiting until the night before Christmas Eve to say you want your kids home for Christmas is a bad idea; it can lead to fights and arguments over who should have visitation rights that day. Or, you could both end up having to miss family celebrations because of driving to pick up or drop off the kids.

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