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Shared custody is a joint custody arrangement where both parents share decision making and have physical custody of their child for an equal amount of time.
This guide discusses parenting time issues for the non-custodial parent in Hudson County, Essex County, Middlesex County, New Jersey (Northern New Jersey). What the courts look for, Who are the Judges, What to expect.
1) How long will this take?
Generally dissolutions take six to twelve months, however every persons case is different. I have handled divorces that have been resolved and signed by the court in a month and on occasion there are divorces that take year or years to complete. It de...
1. What are the main grounds to obtain a divorce in California?
There are two basic grounds: (1) Irreconcilable differences; or (2) Incurable insanity. The incurable insanity ground for a divorce is very rarely used. Almost all divorces are based on "irreconcilable differences"...
Parents with 50/50 custody have to figure out when the child or children will be with one parent, and when they will be with the other. This guide discusses the pros and cons of the three most common
In the 2008 legislative session, Florida made sweeping changes in its law regarding how, what was commonly referred to in the public as "custody" or "primary residence" is determined. The term "custody" is not a proper term under Florida law even though it has been used for years...
Child custody is an often contested battle between parents. Opponents of equal timesharing, and even professionals, rely on beliefs about children and parenting time which are unsupported. Research s
A guide for those undergoing a custody battle in Pennsylvania. For best results in this situation, consult with a family law practitioner in your area. 1) Do not withhold visitation of the child from
Custody (also called timesharing) and shared parenting are two different concepts. When going through a divorce or custody case, it is important to know how each of these differ. This article explains
Arizona court no longer use the term Custody. Rather, two separate but related components make up custody under Arizona law. The first is legal decision-making, which, when broadly defined, means the right or responsibility to make non-emergency legal decisions for the child.
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