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November 2014 Archives

What to do after a holiday parenting time dispute

We hope our readers had a great Thanksgiving. The one good thing about having a holiday on Thursday is that the weekend is upon us; which means that there are three more days to relax and spend time with family. However, there are some of our readers who had the misfortune of not being able to spend Thanksgiving Day with their kids.

How to handle holiday parenting time disputes

The weather outside indicates that it is January, but in reality, we are only a week away from Thanksgiving. For many, it means that preparations for the holidays are about to begin. Scouting Black Friday sales, ordering holiday cards and purchasing plane tickets are part of normal activities around this time of year.

Why you should use a parenting time expeditor

If you have a parenting time order and you are having difficulty with the other parent, chances are that you are thinking about going back to court to have it modified. After all, if the other parent is not following the order, or you are being unfairly denied parenting time, you should be able to get a remedy. However, getting an additional court order is not so easy; partly because it takes time to get in front of a judge, and the expense of filing a motion and going to court may be a burden.

Three things to make your divorce go smoothly during the holidays

During the holiday season, it is not common for married couples to initiate divorces. Some use the season as a last ditch effort to rekindle their relationship or to make things bright for the kids. Nevertheless, there are some people who have had enough, and decide to dissolve their marriages despite what the holiday season stands for. There is no right or wrong answer about when you should decide to call it quits, but when you do, there are several things to be wary of so that you don’t waste time and/or money.

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