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Tips for Successful Co-Parenting After Divorce as a Father

Co-parenting occurs when two divorced or separated parents collaborate on raising and caring for their children. For many families, co-parenting is one of the ideal options to help children after a divorce. If parents are willing to work with each other, co-parenting offers a lot of benefits for their family if it is done well. If you are navigating the creation of a parenting plan or custody arrangement, a child custody attorney can help you and your co-parent mediate an agreement. Divorce is certainly hard on parents, but it can be even more difficult for children to go through. After


How Can a Prenuptial Agreement Impact Children in a Divorce?

A prenuptial or postnuptial agreement is a marital contract between two spouses, which can determine several property and financial rights during a marriage and in case of divorce. Whether you’d like to create a prenuptial agreement or ensure it is followed during your divorce, a Midwest fathers’ rights attorney can help you do so. A prenuptial or postnuptial agreement may cover issues such as: Which separate assets will be combined into marital assets and which will be kept separately Each spouse’s rights, responsibilities, and abilities regarding assets and debts How property is handled if one spouse dies The division of


Can a Child Refuse Visitation or Custody With a Parent?

During a divorce or separation of parents, a custody determination is often one of the most stressful and emotional decisions that needs to be made. Even in situations where both parents are working together to create a parenting plan in their children’s interests, issues and disagreements can arise that complicate the process. Custody determinations can be made harder when the child refuses a proposed parenting plan or refuses to cooperate with a plan that is already a court order. Divorce and separation are rarely easy on a child, and they can react in many unpredictable ways. It can be hard


How to Recognize Parental Alienation

After a divorce or separation involving children, it’s hard for both parents and children. Parents are dealing with stress and change, and children can react to a divorce and the feelings of their parents in many different ways. A child may resent their parents after a divorce or become closed off from them. Parents have to learn to deal with their own emotions after a divorce and help their children through it. If a child blames one of their parents for the divorce, it can make everything much harder on the parent and child. Co-parents can also have potentially negative


How Can Social Media Hurt Fathers in a Divorce?

The decision to get a divorce is a hard one, especially when you have children. Parents have to deal with several family court cases, and it can be overwhelming. Though difficult, it’s essential for parents to think about how their actions outside of mediation or litigation can impact a divorce and/or custody case. Many people spend their free time texting, on social media, or otherwise on a phone or computer. Parents involved in a divorce case have to exercise more care when existing online. Though there is little wrong with being on social media or having an online presence during


What Makes a Parent Unfit for Custody?

Both parents of a child in a custody determination want to spend as much time with their children as possible. If you and your ex-spouse or co-parent are contentious, it can make custody proceedings even more stressful.  In most Midwest states, the court determines child custody based on the child’s interests. In most cases, the court believes it is in the child’s interests to have as much quality time with both parents as possible. However, this is not true of every situation, such as if one parent is deemed unfit. A parent isn’t deemed unfit for not being the perfect


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