Raising Kids After A Divorce: Creating A Parenting Plan Checklist

The truth is, navigating life after a divorce can be difficult.  But the situation is made even worse if the separating parties have to now share custody of a child. Studies typically show that the well-being and upbringing of a child generally fares better when parents cooperate with each other during a divorce. That’s why Family Lawyers will encourage that the divorced parties work together to create a Parenting Plan Checklist, a comprehensive list of agreements, rules, and guidelines regarding the upbringing and care of a child...

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Open Adoption Can Be Beneficial For Everyone Involved

Since infant adoption has become increasingly difficult — especially closed adoptions in which the biological and adoptive parents never meet one another — people have turned to alternative ways of welcoming little ones into their home. You may be considering an open adoption of a baby or a toddler and wondering whether you’re ready for the extended family obligations — and potential problems — this will entail.  Visitation in Open Adoptions Traditionally, open adoptions have allowed the biological mother or...

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