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Kidnapping Your Own Child: The Impact of Ignoring Child Custody Orders

Kidnapping is often portrayed as something done by shadowy strangers with white vans. In reality, that’s just a tiny subset of the more than 270,000 kidnappings estimated to happen each year. More than 200,000 annual kidnappings are committed by friends and family of the taken children. Of those incidents, 78% of the abductors were actually …

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Child Custody Orders & Back To School

Every September, kids get to return to school. Depending on the child, this can be exciting, boring, or scary. When their parents are separated, these feelings are heightened. After all, during the school year, custody orders can be very different than during the summer. As a parent, it’s your responsibility to help your child adjust …

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The challenges of co-parenting after a divorce

When a divorce involves two individuals who do not have children, it is possible for the ex-spouses to completely separate from one another and never have interactions again. However, when children are involved, the situation can be challenging. Parents in Oregon who are going through a divorce may have the option of sole custody parenting, …

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