Custody Concerns When Planning for Summer Break

Custody Concerns When Planning for Summer Break

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With baseball season starting and the official beginning of spring on March 20th, many parents are beginning to make plans for the summer. Whether you are enrolling your kids in day camp or sleep away camp or making family travel plans, you will have additional concerns and considerations if you share custody of your children. Your first step should be to consult your parenting plan and custody order. These documents should address how you will need to split time with your child’s other parent during the summer. Some parents maintain the same schedule year-round, while others divide parenting time differently when the kids are out of school. If your parenting plan dictates how your will split time, you should adhere to that arrangement when making summer plans. If you plan…
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What is Malicious Parent Syndrome?

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When it comes to divorce and custody cases there is a lot of high stress situations that may cause one or both parents to act in violent or malicious ways. While there is no medical disorder called Malicious Parent Syndrome it was coined this name by Ira Turkat, a Florida psychologist. When this syndrome occurs one parent may go as far as harming their children to prove that their co-parent is a bad guardian. Fender Law Firm in Beaufort is aware that many custody battles can put a lot of strain on families and we are here to make sure both parties act in ways that are best for the children involved. We want to inform those dealing in high stress custody battles about the possible characteristics of Malicious Parent…
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When Do I Need a Custody Attorney?

When Do I Need a Custody Attorney?

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Getting a divorce is a complicated process. When children are involved, it becomes even messier. Oftentimes, both parents want what’s best for their children. However, as the divorce process goes on, there are always disagreements about what that means. Even if your ex-spouse isn’t contesting the divorce, you’ll likely need the help of an attorney to get the custody agreement you want. But how do you know when it’s time to contact a child custody attorney? Don’t gamble with your family’s future. If you’re in Beaufort and you experience any of the following situations, contact Fender Law Firm today and talk to a custody attorney. You’re Worried About Your Children’s Safety If you’re leaving an abusive relationship, your ex is trying to cut you off from your children, or your…
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