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Posts tagged "Child Custody"

Insurance issues during divorce

Among the many things that divorcees will have to settle during a divorce, insurance coverage may be a contentious, yet complicated issue. Couples will have to reconcile medical coverage for each other following the split, as well as for their children.

Ravens linebacker surrenders guns in custody case

In the wake of the murder-suicide involving Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Jevon Belcher, the relationship between gun violence and domestic disputes is a complicated, yet controversial issue. We want our readers to know that we take no position on the circumstances surrounding last week's events, or on whether any constitutional issues are offended with regard to gun control.

Ravens linebacker surrenders guns in custody case

In the wake of the murder-suicide involving Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Jevon Belcher, the relationship between gun violence and domestic disputes is a complicated, yet controversial issue. We want our readers to know that we take no position on the circumstances surrounding last week's events, or on whether any constitutional issues are offended with regard to gun control.

Can the Grinch steal your Christmas?

It is very common for ex-spouses to become mean, aggressive and disrespectful around the holidays. Call it the "Grinch" effect. Essentially, he (or she) wants to ruin your holiday because they may be jealous of your new life, angry that you initiated (or followed through with) the split, or they could simply be lonely and want to add a new resident to Miseryville. Suffice it to say, he (or she) could be like the Grinch that Stole Christmas.

Can the Grinch steal your Christmas?

It is very common for ex-spouses to become mean, aggressive and disrespectful around the holidays. Call it the "Grinch" effect. Essentially, he (or she) wants to ruin your holiday because they may be jealous of your new life, angry that you initiated (or followed through with) the split, or they could simply be lonely and want to add a new resident to Miseryville. Suffice it to say, he (or she) could be like the Grinch that Stole Christmas.

Why you should consider a parenting plan

Parenting plans may seem like a very tedious and unconventional way of maintaining a relationship between parents and children, but it becomes an unfortunate reality for parents mired in disputes over exchanges, time with extended families or participation in extracurricular activities.

Why you should consider a parenting plan

Parenting plans may seem like a very tedious and unconventional way of maintaining a relationship between parents and children, but it becomes an unfortunate reality for parents mired in disputes over exchanges, time with extended families or participation in extracurricular activities.

How to give thanks during Thanksgiving

Last month we discussed how the holiday season can be a stressful, emotional and contentious time for divorced and separated spouses. Now that the week of Thanksgiving is upon us, it is worth noting again that the holiday season is for good tidings and cheer, not for fighting over parenting time. Of course, this is easy to say in the abstract, but it is critically important given that children form lifelong impressions during the holiday season. With that, we will revisit our tips...as they apply to Thanksgiving.

How to give thanks during Thanksgiving

Last month we discussed how the holiday season can be a stressful, emotional and contentious time for divorced and separated spouses. Now that the week of Thanksgiving is upon us, it is worth noting again that the holiday season is for good tidings and cheer, not for fighting over parenting time. Of course, this is easy to say in the abstract, but it is critically important given that children form lifelong impressions during the holiday season. With that, we will revisit our tips...as they apply to Thanksgiving.

Ohio Parental visitation directive to explore best practices

A new parental visitation initiative has been launched that will help unmarried parents maintain relationships with their children after the romantic relationship (between parents) ends. The project is entitled Parenting Time Opportunities for Children to the 12th Power (PTOC12). It will be funded through a grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

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