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Guide to Custody and Parenting Time in an Indiana Divorce: What Parents Need to Know

As a parent going through a divorce, preserving your relationship with your children is undoubtedly at the top of your list of priorities. In Indiana, neither the mother nor the father is favored in custody proceedings; rather, each parent is … Continue reading

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Child Custody and Support in Arizona

Child Custody and Support in Arizona Going through a divorce in Arizona is an incredibly difficult process. No two couples are alike, yet the decision to separate is typically a difficult one. Because divorce is such a sensitive topic, many … Continue reading

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California Court Finds Return from Deployment Does Not Confer Automatic Custody Benefit to Deployed Parent

In a recent California child custody case, the court considered a military deployment presumption in California’s family code, clarifying how courts should interpret the statute. The Facts of the Case In that case, a couple married, had two children, and … Continue reading

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Drugs, Alcohol, Sobriety, Child Custody and Parenting Time

When parents decide to bring an end to their relationships together or to their marriage in divorce, there are several complicated concerns that they’ll need to think about. Just one of those issues, involves how parenting time and custody should … Continue reading

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Child Custody Law and Spanking Your Child

Approximately on November 1, 2011, a video of a father spanking his daughter, with his belt, became viral on the Internet. This video is shown below, although I caution you that this video is violent and disturbing. Since hundreds of … Continue reading

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