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Developing an effective parenting plan in Pennsylvania

To determine a successful schedule and agreement between parents about their children's activities, Pennsylvania may enforce the creation of a parenting plan. The parenting plan helps a Pennsylvania judge determine the scheduling and joint custody arrangements between two conflicting parents.

How is child custody handled when you're not married?

Married or not, one thing remains the same - when you split up, it's important for your kids' current and future well-being that you try to reach a compromise about issues regarding custody, visitation and support. Doing this in an amicable way may be difficult, but getting along civilly is the best gift you can give your child.

Take steps to ensure your parenting plan benefits your family

Pennsylvania parents know that divorce is difficult and complex, but it does not always have to result in a stressful court battle. Some parents find it beneficial to draft a parenting plan out of court, a step that will allow you have more control over the details of your final custody and visitation order.

Bird nesting: Simplifying post-divorce life for your kids

You don't really have any beef with your former spouse regarding parenting skills. You just don't want to be married to this person any longer. If someone were to tell you there is a way to help your kids retain a sense of normalcy and routine in their lives as you all move forward to a new lifestyle together, would you want to learn more about it?

Is your summertime custody plan ready?

Whether you are on the cusp of finalizing your divorce or you have been divorced for a while now, if you have children, you know that figuring out custody plans that meet your needs and meet all Pennsylvania family law requirements can be a challenge. You may find that certain times of the year, you'll want to change things up in your custody agreement. For example, school schedule custody needs may be different than summertime custody needs.

Advocates stand up for fathers' rights in child custody

Divorcing parents have the added pressure of not only dismantling their marriage, but also keeping their children's best interests in mind throughout the entire process. Most parents in Pennsylvania play active roles in the lives of their children, and they typically expect this to be reflected in their child custody agreement. However, fathers in particular are often surprised that this is not the case. Fathers are increasingly advocating for their right to continue parenting after a divorce.

Co-parenting a beneficial custody agreement in Pennsylvania

Co-parenting seems to be a daunting and stressful form of child custody to many divorcing spouses. While each family and divorce is different, the benefits that result from spending quality time with both parents are undeniable. Those going through a divorce or looking to modify their child custody agreement in Pennsylvania may seek guidance from a family law professional in deciding which type would be best for their children.

Making an impact through Pennsylvania child custody agreement

The number of people affected by divorce has increased over the years, leaving many children with family situations that would not be considered traditional. When divorce plays out in a family, everyone is changed by the event. This does not, however, have to be a negative thing. Pennsylvania families that have gone through divorce and are now living with child custody arrangements have resources available to help them with the transitions and the lasting effects they may have.

Cooperating in Pennsylvania child custody makes a difference

There are various reasons behind why two people decide to get married and others behind why a couple decides to divorce. Regardless of what may be the cause of the separation, those divorcing who have children have to remember that their children are not responsible for the divorce. As the two parents work to create a child custody arrangement in Pennsylvania, this fact and keeping the child's needs as the biggest priority can ease the possible stress of the process.

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