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Dec 19, 2014

shared parentingRecently, there has been a surge in interest in the positive impact shared parenting can have on children following divorce or separation.

In the first eight months of 2014, three different child development organizations produced reports showing that shared parenting can help nullify the negative outcomes associated with single parenting. 

Dec 10, 2014

Child custody on snow daysThere are very few things as thrilling for your child as a snow day. But that unexpected day off from school can cause confusion for divorced parents as they try to figure out how to handle parenting time and child custody exchanges.

On most school days, child custody exchanges occur after the school day ends. But when snow unexpectedly wipes out the school day, who keeps the kids? Since there are very few parenting plans that specifically mention snow days, they can leave parents scrambling to figure out what to do if they haven’t addressed the situation beforehand. 

Dec 03, 2014

Utah divorce lawyer Dena MorganQuestion:

Is my child obligated to come with me on my weekends even though she doesn't want to? 

Nov 25, 2014

Enforcing holiday parenting timeA frequent  issue divorced dads face this time of year is what to do when the other parent cuts their holiday parenting time short.

This is a common problem because of the hectic nature of most family’s holiday schedule. Your ex-wife might have relatives come into town at the last minute and want to keep the kids longer.

Nov 13, 2014

A Brand New DayWhen sharing custody of your son or daughter, it can be challenging for the child to maintain a sense of family while shuffling back and forth between parents during the week.

In “A Brand New Day – A Banana Split Story,” children’s author A.S. Chung shows that it’s possible to maintain a loving relationship with both parents even though they are divorced. With illustrations from Paula Bossio, Chung follows a young girl whose parents are divorced throughout a typical week. On one page, she’s gleefully planting flowers with her mother. On the next, she’s joyfully camping with her father. 

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