Going through a divorce can be one of the most difficult times of your life. This is especially true if you have a child with the other person. As you move through the process, matters of child custody will certainly move to the forefront.
Going through a divorce can be a challenge, especially if you have at least one child with your soon-to-be ex-spouse.
When it comes to co-parenting, there are things you should do and things you should avoid at all costs.
When it comes to matters of child custody, you need to know exactly what you should and should not be doing.
Although it has been two years since same-sex marriage became legal throughout the U.S., some states have been slow in granting equal parenting rights to non-biological parents in these relationships.
When it comes to child custody, it is only natural to have some questions. Since you want to do what is best for you and your child, you need to answer all these questions as soon as possible.
Just because you go through the divorce process does not mean you want to end the relationship with your child or children as well.
A 4th Circuit Court judge in Tennessee has made several legislators unhappy and several others very happy. The judge issued the first ruling of its kind in Tennessee. A same-sex couple was seeking a divorce. One-half of the couple was granted the legal rights of a husband.
Thanks to a recent decision by the Tennessee Supreme Court, divorced parents may find it easier to move out of state with a child (or children), even if the other parent objects to the move.
As you go through the divorce process, you may have some questions about child custody. For example, you may be familiar with the term "sole custody." Even so, there is more to this than meets the eye.