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3 myths that make people think fathers shouldn't get custody

Fortunately, bias in child custody cases has been changing over the years. The traditional view was that mothers were better suited to care for children and fathers were better suited to provide financially for a family. That meant mothers tended to get custody rights while fathers were asked to pay child support.

Ideas for bonding with kids even with limited time

As you and your spouse split up custody of your children, you realize that your time with them will be limited. Half of the time, they're going to live with your ex. You will need to make those days that you do get with them really count.

How do I prepare for a child custody hearing in Indiana?

Going through a child custody battle is lengthy and stressful. It's even worse on your children. There might not be a clear solution to the custody issue, which is why many parents find themselves in family court in front of a judge. The judge will hear both sides and rule in the best interests of the child. So, how do you prepare for a child custody hearing in Indianapolis?

Matters related to children must be handled carefully

Everything that has to do with children must be handled very carefully. This is especially true in cases involving child custody and support. The thing that make these cases challenging is that both parents care for the children, but the ways that they want the child to be raised might vary greatly.

Reasons to request a change in child custody

Child custody arrangements are to be created with the best interests of the child in mind. Despite these efforts, many parents will focus on what is best for them at the time the agreement is created. These agreements can work well for a couple of months, sometimes even years, before any issues arise. Today, we will discuss the reasons why you might need to request a change in child custody.

Explaining virtual visitation for child custody cases

A popular part of child custody cases that continues to be a major factor is virtual visitation. Virtual visitation has been around for quite some time, but it has really taken off over the past decade-plus with the invention of video conferencing software. This software can be found on computers, tablets and mobile phones.

What is parenting time interference in Indiana?

When a couple with children gets divorced, a parenting agreement is created to make the custody arrangement as easy as possible on all parties involved. The agreement is made when the parents share custody of their children. The agreement can be informal, but should be approved by a court in order to enforce them if issues arise. When the agreement is not followed, either maliciously or by mistake, it can be interpreted as parenting time interference.

Child custody agreements must be carefully considered

Child custody and support orders are huge parts of a parent's life when they aren't with the child's other parent any longer. Whether you come to the agreement through mediation or if the court sets the order, you have to make sure that you understand everything.

How drug abuse can impact a divorce and custody dispute

Drug abuse continues to be a major epidemic in the United States. Additionally, it isn't unscrupulous persons who purchase illicit drugs on the street. Many drug abusers maintain normal jobs, own homes, and have families. These people, unfortunately, are often addicted to prescription narcotics which slowly undermines their life until it finally collapses. Many marriages end in these circumstances and there is no easy answer to deal with the aftermath.