“Awarding” custody of a child to either the mother or father in divorce creates an atmosphere of contempt and competition, but more importantly it deprives the child of the benefit of the day to day nurturing of either their mother or father.
Children’s Bill of Rights Every kid has rights, particularly when mom and dad are splitting up. Below are some things parents shouldn’t forget — and kids shouldn’t let them — when the family is in the midst of a break-up. You have the right to love both…Read More
What Does It Mean To Have Rights?
Some of the most common questions that parents call about to have to do with their rights as a parent. As Americans we have rights, as individuals we have rights and as parents we have rights. But what this actually means is rarely discussed or thought about, especially if you’re in the middle of a family court case. Whether you’re just beginning to go through the motions of the family court process for custody or visitation of your children or you’re a seasoned veteran of custody battles, knowing what you’re rights are, how to enforce them and just what rights really are, will give you a foot hold. Here are some things to think about and maybe even employ in your own case for custody of your child.
- What Rights Do I Have? If you’re ex is withholding your kids from…
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