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Woman flees with child and faces prison for parental kidnapping

A child custody dispute can be difficult to live with, especially if you're always concerned about your child being taken away by the other parent. No one should have to live that way, and the courts may order supervised visitation to make sure your child stays safe.

Man sentenced for taking daughter to Florida without custody

When a custody arrangement is in place, it's not legal to take your child away from the other parent without permission in most cases. You cannot flee the country or move without addressing custody-related concerns unless you have permission from the courts.

The Uniform Child Custody Act protects your court orders

You want to know that your child custody order is upheld no matter where you travel. If your ex takes your child out of state, you want to know no other court can reverse the decision of the judge in your home state. The Uniform Child Custody Act supports you in this regard.

2 children killed in DUI crash, father speaks out

When your child is in his mom's or dad's care, you want him to stay safe. Finding out that your ex got behind the wheel drunk with your child is a shocking revelation, and one that is sure to send you straight to your attorney over custody concerns. You have every right to want to protect your children, and cases like that deserve a second look from the courts.

Reducing holiday stress starts with good planning

The holidays are approaching, and it can be a difficult time for those going through a divorce or who have already divorced. Fortunately, there are a few things you can do to keep your holidays happy. For instance, you should already know where your children will be spending the holidays, what times they're expected at your ex's house and when you can expect to have them. You can review your child custody terms with your attorney if they aren't clear so that you and your ex can determine an agreement for the holidays.

Father accused of abusive religious talk with his children

Families share their religions with one another, and it's possible for it to be educational and inviting for children. When a parent begins to use religion against children or an ex-husband or ex-wife, that's when it becomes a problem.

Child support: What you need to know

Whenever you have to decide on the custody arrangements for your child, there are bound to be some disagreements or key issues raised. You'll need to consider where your child will live, who will pick up or drop him or her at school, decide on visitation times and plan for how you and your spouse will work together to raise him or her. If you want sole custody and the sole right to make parenting decisions, that's another issue that you might want to raise with the court.

You can decide on your own parenting arrangements

Determining how your child is going to live after a divorce can be one of the most difficult decisions you make. One of the things you'll need to decide on is the type of custody arrangement you want to have and where your child will live most of the time. For instance, if you and your partner don't get along, can you work together to co-parent, or will you or him or her be trying to obtain primary custody?

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