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parenting time
Children who spend time with both parents after a divorce may be better off than those who only live with mom or dad, according to research from the American Psychological Association. The study suggests that joint parenting agreements can help children adjust in the aftermath of a divorce. Dr. Robert Bauserman of the Baltimore Department...
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No. Child support and parenting time are considered two separate issues. A parent cannot deny parenting time to the other because that parent is not paying child support or is behind on their child support payments. Attached to all court orders dealing with child support and/or spousal maintenance is a document called Appendix A. Appendix...
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In certain situations, supervised parenting time may be warranted. The court may order parenting time to be supervised if it finds that endangerment is likely if unsupervised parenting time were allowed. Supervision may be done by a family member or friend, the custodial parent, or a third party in a supervised visitation center. Supervised visitation does not...
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When parents have decided to get a divorce but nothing has been done in court yet, they may not agree on what parenting time schedule should be used or who should stay in the home until all is said and done. Other parties are able to agree temporarily on those issues, but do not agree on...
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