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Parenting Plan Basics

A parenting plan is a document the Court uses to understand a family, including: where a child sleeps, who makes major decisions for the child, and what happens if parents don’t agree on what’s best for their child.

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How to Have a Successful Co-Parenting Relationship

No matter what stage in the process you find yourself, the messiest part of many break-ups can be communicating about the logistics surrounding raising your shared offspring. Almost undeniably, however, the logistics surrounding your kid’s “New Normal,” now and far into the future, is the most important topic to address with a level head with your former partner.

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What You Need To Know If You’re Getting Divorced In The Military

If you’ve landed on this post because you’re in the midst of navigating or contemplating getting a divorce while you or your spouse (or both!) are serving in the military, you may have been told that military divorce is even more challenging. Thankfully, there are great attorneys that have extensive experience working with military families, and you absolutely can find answers to even the most complicated questions.

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Can Private Facebook Messages Be Used in Court?

In general, anything— DMs, emails, text messages— that is not subject to privilege laws must be turned over if requested, and can be presented as evidence. This means that, in general, unless it’s something that you’ve written to your attorney, your pastor, or your doctor, you can be compelled to turn it over…

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