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When a co-parent routinely violates child custody orders

You probably do not need anyone to tell you that it can be complicated to divorce with young children. Once you and your ex have completed the process and put child custody orders into place, you might think your troubles are over. In many cases, this is true, but other times, one or both parents continue to experience complications.

Know the terms of your parenting plan to remain compliant

Knowing the contents of your child custody order can save you a lot of time down the road. There are different things that you need to check out in the agreement. One of these is the schedule that the children will follow. Normally, there is a general schedule that you will follow most of the year. There is also other information about holidays and special days. All of these should be followed exactly as they are written.

Customize your parenting plan to benefit your children

Your child custody case doesn't have to be something that causes you daily stress. Instead, it can be a peaceful situation if you adopt the right attitude now. This can be a challenge, especially if the divorce was contentious. You can't let those thoughts rule you now. Instead, think about what your children need.

Stop children from playing parents against each other

Many parents who go through child custody cases soon find that the children are doing things with one parent that they know the other won't allow. There isn't anything necessarily wrong with this unless the children are playing one parent against the other, which is a problematic. You and your ex might have to work to ensure that this isn't happening.

How much does it cost to raise a child?

When deciding what your family will look like after a divorce, issues of child custody and child support have to come up. They may get resolved easily if you and your ex can work together for the best interests of the child. They may grow contentious if you both fail to see eye-to-eye on these important topics.

Review parenting plans and styles for the new year

The new year brings the possibility of change and hope to most people. For parents who are divorced, this might be a good time to review the child custody arrangement and try to figure out if any changes are necessary. This is also a great opportunity to review your own parenting style and decide what is working and what isn't.

Man charged for interfering with custody in Georgia

Child custody is sometimes complicated, but it's usually something that can be worked out if both parents can stay calm and think rationally. Unfortunately, not all parents are rational when it comes to wanting to see their children -- nor are the other adults in their lives.

Will the court deny visitation?

Divorce is coming, and nothing is more important to you than being able to see your children. You know that you may not get custody of the kids, but will you at least get visitation rights so that you can spend time with them? Or should you be worried that the court will deny you visitation as well?

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