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How Do I Handle My Child Refusing Visitation?
How Do I Handle My Child Refusing Visitation?

As a parent with shared custody, you will need to send your child to visitation with their other parent if it is included in your parenting plan. Like all events, there may be a time when your child does not wish to visit their other parent and instead stay with you. Our ...

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    As a parent with shared custody, you will need to send your child to visitation with their other parent if it is included in your parenting plan. Like all events, there may be a time when your child ...

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    If you and your spouse are pursuing an amicable split, you may start to consider a collaborative divorce. Since all a divorcing couple needs to pursue a collaborative divorce is an agreement made in ...

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