As the end of the school year rapidly approaches, parents are faced with planning visitation and timeshare that is appropriate for their children’s summer break. Here are three Do’s and two Don’ts to consider when designing your summer visitation:
Do come up with specific dates and times for exchanging the children. Continue reading “Summer Visitation Do’s and Don’ts”
NEW LAWS AFFECTING FAMILIES IN 2014: HAVING MORE THAN TWO LEGAL PARENTS
On Oct. 4, 2013, California Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law a bill that will allow a state court to legally declare that a child has more than two parents, if not doing so would be “detrimental” to the child. Continue reading “Multiple Parents”
Here are a few tips on how to coordinate visitation between parents over the holidays:
Be respectful – For the sake of the children, divorced parents should try to be respectful of one another and try not to argue in front of the children. This will help to create more positive and lasting holiday memories for the kids. Continue reading “Tips for Successful Parenting During the Holidays”
Parenting children from separate households will always be a challenge, even in the best of circumstances. Work obligations, school schedules, special holidays and family events are circumstances each parent must grapple with, but the problems that prevented a marriage or partnership from continuing do not have to drive the communication surrounding parenting the children.
Continue reading “Five Tested Ways to Solve Parenting Conflict”