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Should I Stop Paying Child Support If I Can’t See My Kids?
Should I Stop Paying Child Support If I Can’t See My Kids?

If you do not have custody of your children but are required to pay child support, your situation may feel extremely unfair. Why pay child support if you can’t even see your children? Although your feelings are valid, you have a legal obligation to pay child support even if ...

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Blog posts in Child Custody & Visitation

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    The Association of Family and Conciliation Courts put out a recent press release sharing some important guidelines for parents who are divorced or ...

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  • Virtual Visitation Can Help a Child-Parent Relationship

    Virtual visitation is quickly becoming a popular method for parents. In particular, it allows them to interact with their children on a daily basis ...

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  • Grandparent Visitation Rights in RI

    Last year about this time, we wrote about the state of the law in Rhode Island regarding the grandparent visitation rights in trying to maintain ...

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  • Legal Medical Marijuana and Parental Rights

    No one might have thought to ask the question posed by medical marijuana and parental rights years ago. Marijuana use for medical conditions wasn’t ...

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  • Creating an Effective Parenting Plan

    If you and your spouse, or the other parent of your children, are going through child custody, you will want to create an effective parenting plan. ...

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  • Tips for When Ex Has the Kids

    Shared custody may be fair, but it’s emotionally trying. You know that your ex deserves some time with the kids, but you don’t know what to do with ...

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  • Psychological Effects of Child Custody Schedules

    While a divorce can be very difficult for adults, it can cause problems for any children in the mix. The psychological effects of child custody on ...

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  • Alcoholism Affects Your Custody Case

    Could you lose custody of your children over a drinking problem? Alcoholism and child custody don’t mix well. If you’re in the middle of a divorce or ...

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  • Can Child Custody Evaluations Harm a Child?

    When a couple with children divorces or separates, the court may actually order child-custody evaluations in order to find what experts believe are ...

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