There is no valid reason that I know of and there has not been any significant change in circumstances.
Can she make changes like this to the decree without my consent?
Because of this conflict, many children are psychologically divided by behaviors that have three stages of adjustment: Visitation Resistance, Visitation Pleasure, and Visitation Confliction.
Joseph Goldberg is a parental alienation expert, family law consultant, and founder of the Canadian Symposium for Parental Alienation Syndrome. Alienated first as a child and then as a targeted parent in his divorce case, Goldberg is dedicated to his mission of educating mental health professionals, parents, and the public on the perils of parental alienation.
His latest article is titled "Parental Alienation and Children Exhibiting Visitation Refusal Behavior." Click here to download the full PDF of the article.
By Jamie Kinkaid
As discussed in a previous article, "Summer Parenting Time: Common Problems and Solutions," there are unique issues for divorced dads that crop up when children are out of school for the summer.
By Jamie Kinkaid
Summer itself needs to be addressed individually to help give guidelines on how the visitation will occur and what the expectations are between the parties. (Read related article: "Planning Summer Vacations: Who Gets To Pick The Dates?")
Divorce attorneys often encourage parents to work together with the understanding that the parenting plan is there to provide clarification and avoid conflict.
The following suggestions are offered when working with a mens divorce lawyer in developing a parenting plan that will prevent future legal expenses and conflicts with the other parent:
One night during my scheduled parenting time when I had to work overnight I left the children at home with my girlfriend.
My ex-wife found out and contacted her divorce lawyer saying I was in violation of the first right of refusal clause and should be held in contempt.
Can I be held in contempt for this one instance?
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