Essential Elements of a Parenting Plan

When married parents decide to divorce, their roles and responsibilities remain unchanged. However, they must account for their new, separate living situation and come to terms with child custody. If they cannot, the court may decide for them. However, it’s generally best for divorcing parents to make every attempt to mediate their child custody determinations to avoid the time and expense required of litigation. This requires developing a mutually agreeable and legally enforceable parenting plan during divorce proceedings that outlines the parents’ rights and responsibilities going forward. A Midwest family law attorney is the best possible resource for any divorcing

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What Is the Difference Between Legal & Physical Custody in Illinois?

Custodial agreements can be long and complex and vary a lot from case to case. That’s why it’s critical that you become familiar with the various components of a custodial agreement, as well as the legal language involved. For example, consider the concepts of legal and physical custody, which several states establish as two separate legal terms. Often, people only think of custody in terms of where the child is physically located and imagine that custody battles are generally focused now determining the child’s primary residence and discussing how many weekends and holidays are awarded to the other parent. While

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An In-Depth look at Oklahoma’s Child Custody Relocation Laws

There are many steps involved in the process of relocating, from switching over your Internet, utilities, packing, scheduling movers, and more. When you have children from a prior relationship, the process becomes even more complicated, especially if you’re moving a fair distance away. Oklahoma law has several stipulations for such an eventuality. Failing to comply could put you in legal trouble or jeopardize your parental rights, regardless of the reason for the move. That’s why it’s critical to work with Oklahoma child custody attorneys familiar with the specific mandates of places like Tulsa or Oklahoma City. Your attorney can guide

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Coparenting During a Pandemic

Coordinating childcare when parents are separated or divorced can be difficult under the smoothest of conditions. Decisions need to be made regarding where the child spends most of their time, what school they attend, and what habits they maintain. In the midst of the pandemic, the situation is suddenly far more complex. Even in relatively amicable arrangements, the conditions of your custody agreement may currently be incompatible with present CDC safety recommendations or mandated announcements issued by the mayors of Tulsa and Oklahoma City. For the health and safety of the child and all other family members, parents must reevaluate

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Coparenting During a Pandemic

Coordinating childcare when parents are separated or divorced can be difficult under the smoothest of conditions. Decisions need to be made regarding where the child

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