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Child custody is something that the court system takes very seriously. A majority of states have moved to the belief that it is in the best interest of the child(men) if both parents have shared or joint custody. This applies to non-married and formerly married couples. In cases where joint custody is awarded, the court…

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Child custody issues are often very stressful for every member of the family. The parents each have their own ideas of what would be an acceptable plan for child custody, and in most cases, these plans do not agree. The children have their own desires for custody and living arrangements, which are often overlooked by…

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In the court system divorce is handled just like any other civil matter. The court requires specific steps to be taken and qualifications to be met before it will grant a dissolution of marriage. If you are going to file for divorce, you can anticipate the following when working with the court:   Establishment of…

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When you think about a child custody agreement, you think of the two biological parents establishing a time schedule for being with their children. These documents often only refer to the mother and father and children affected. However, the way that the court system views a family is changing and child visitation rights may change…

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Child Custody

  Child custody is often a complicated issue. Custody is not automatically granted to the mother, and sole custody is now reserved for special cases. The court system has changed a lot in recent years when it comes to custody issues, and these changes can often anger the parents.   The court system views the…

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The mother of a child of unwed parents almost always receives full physical custody of the child. It is the belief of the state that this is always in the best interest of the child. Giving the mother full physical custody of the child, however, does not diminish the rights of the father.   A…

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divorce and family

  Divorce is never easy. Even for the two adults who have decided to end their marriage, there is still an emotional strain. Even though you may be angry at your former spouse, there is still a deep feeling of loss associated with the dissolution of a marriage.   This emotional stress, however, is much…

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