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Reworking custody and visitation when 1 parent moves away

When most couples divorce, they're usually still living fairly close to one another. If they have children, they can generally work out a shared custody arrangement where the kids can regularly spend time with both parents, even if one parent has primary physical custody.

Make a child custody plan work for your children

Your children might feel insecure and unsure about what is going to happen when they find out that their parents are divorcing. At this junction, you and your ex will have to do what you can to reassure them that life will continue once everything settles after the divorce. It is vitally important that you find ways to help the children find the stability and consistency that they can rely on.

Would 'nesting' custody work for your family?

Child custody norms have changed considerably over the past decades. Moms used to traditionally have primary custody of the kids, with dads spending weekends and maybe a weeknight with them. Now parents are more likely to split their time evenly with the kids. However, this means a lot of moving back and forth between two homes for those children.

Confidentiality agreement violations have serious consequences

No matter what sector of the work force you work in, many aspects of the work you do for your employer should be kept confidential. Some employers prefer to legally protect their interests by having you sign a nondisclosure or confidentiality agreement.

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