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  • What Should I Do If My Child’s Other Parent Is Not Following Our Parenting Plan?
    What Should I Do If My Child’s Other Parent Is Not Following Our Parenting Plan?

    If your child’s other parent is not following the parenting plan that was agreed upon in court, what can you do? There are a few options available to you, depending on the situation. You may need to ...

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  • When Would I Need to Modify My Parenting Plan?
    When Would I Need to Modify My Parenting Plan?

    After a period of substantial change, you may find that certain items in your current parenting plan do not work for your family. If this change is temporary, you may not need to pursue a ...

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  • How Long Should I Expect My Child Custody Case to Take?
    How Long Should I Expect My Child Custody Case to Take?

    When working through child custody issues and developing your parenting plan, you may be concerned about how long your child custody case will take. As your divorce will not yet be finalized until ...

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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 ...

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  • Can Child Custody Be Included In a Prenuptial Agreement?
    Can Child Custody Be Included In a Prenuptial Agreement?

    When preparing for your marriage, you may want to protect your assets and your family, especially if this is not your first marriage. For an added layer of protection, you can create a prenuptial ...

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  • What Are the Differences Between Simplified and Collaborative Divorce?
    What Are the Differences Between Simplified and Collaborative Divorce?

    When pursuing a divorce, you may be presented with various options from your attorney regarding how you wish to approach your divorce. You can go the litigation route, opt for arbitration, or work it ...

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