Child Custody And Parenting Time

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Home for the Holidays?

Dividing Parenting Time During the Holiday Season The holidays are often portrayed as a time of togetherness when families should gather and enjoy each other’s company. When a family includes divorced parents, this isn’t easy to achieve. Instead, the best course of action often involves the children splitting time and holidays between each parent. The …

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Oregon Is Giving Residents Free Copies of Legal Records: Here’s Why It Matters

Wildfires have hit Oregon incredibly hard in recent months. Places that have never before been at risk of severe wildfire damage have been destroyed. Thousands of people have had to evacuate with little to no notice, and as a result, many have lost everything. One critical set of possessions many have lost are their legal …

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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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Oregon Child Custody: Including Your Child in Custody Decisions

Your children are the most important things in the world to you. It’s completely natural to want to spend as much time with them in your life as possible. However, if you and your child’s other parent are not living together, then you may not be able to make that happen as much as you …

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Child Custody Problems Caused by COVID-19? What You Need to Know

With coronavirus cases continuing to rise with no clear end in sight, many parents are struggling with how to co-parent during a global pandemic. If your child custody arrangement has been disrupted due to COVID-19, read on for important information concerning your case and information on when you may want to consider a child custody …

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When divorced parents disagree on a child’s education

You never really agreed with your spouse regarding your child’s education even while you were married. They wanted to homeschool the kids. You wanted to send them to private school. Your spouse said they would never do private school, but maybe they would agree to a public school closer to home.  You never had to …

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Visitation can protect your strong bond with your grandchild

The love you feel for your grandchildren and the special support that you provide them can be very valuable to them, especially during times of emotional and social change. If your grandchild has recently gone through the divorce of their parents or the termination of their parents’ rights due to abuse, neglect or addiction, your …

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Parallel parenting with an angry, hostile ex-spouse

Co-parenting with your ex-spouse doesn’t seem to be working. They simply can’t seem to put aside their bitterness and anger to focus on anything but themselves. Every conversation becomes a battle, and the hostility is overwhelming. Maybe it’s time to give up on co-parenting altogether. Experts say that “parallel parenting” can help you regain some …

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