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June 2018 Archives

What to review when determining child custody

Parents on the edge of divorce know that the one of the most difficult tasks is figuring out how much time the children will spend with each parent. There are too many circumstances in a children’s custody case to count. If you must endure this process soon, here are a few key areas to remember when determining your child’s future:

Online sites help with co-parenting

Nobody expects divorce to be pleasant, but it doesn't have to be an ongoing war either. Nobody walks away whole in situations like that, including the children. If you have decided to divorce, the legal team at San Joaquin Family Law understands what a tough choice it was and the difficulties you still face. We have helped many clients through this painful and frustrating process, and we have some resources that can help make it easier to co-parent as you move forward.

Defining "best interests of the child"

California parents going through divorce know all too well that planning a new routine for children involved is no easy task. For one, there are potential new school zones and living situations. There also comes the challenge of determining the best possible plan for younger family members. The term "best interests of the child" is common, but what, exactly, does it entail?

Disagreeing on parenting after a separation

As if a divorce were not hard enough on its own, disagreements over parenting can seem to magnify the stress of the entire situation. California parents currently working through a such a disruption in normal family life understand the difficulty that often arises at this point in the separation. While ex-spouses may never completely agree on certain aspects of child rearing, discipline or parenting time as a whole, there are ways to navigate the process with a little more ease.

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