Child Custody

What is a Parenting Plan?

In divorce, equal child visitation is not a given. Even if you meet paternity requirements, the other parent is not obligated to let you see your child. If you worry the other parent will not honor your right as a parent, apply for a Parenting Plan. If you pay for...

Parenting after divorce: Which method fits your situation?

While most divorcing parents understand they need to put their kids’ best interests first, maintaining a relationship with an ex-spouse can create a dilemma. That’s especially true when infidelity or neglect was present during the marriage. Parents who work together...

When should I request a child support modification?

When parents get divorced, they must abide by the terms of the child support agreement, where one party – the so-called noncustodial parent - must pay support to the custodial parent. However, circumstances change, and over time, many valid reasons can lead either...