If you and your spouse, or other parent of your children, are going through child custody, you will want to create an effective parenting plan. Emotions are generally flared during a divorce and parties may not be on their “best behavior.” Robotically going through the motions of a custody plan for the sake of creating…

Consistency is often one of the most difficult things co-parents deal with today. From enforcing rules and disciplining your child to tolerating behavior, when co-parents are at the opposite end of the spectrum, the children quickly learn how to manipulate one parent to get what they want. Here are some tips to help co-parents create…

Determining custody and visitation of your children involves some of the most important decisions that you’ll make during your divorce. Rhode Island law designates two kinds of custody — joint and sole. It also designates to types of custody — physical and legal. With joint custody, a child visitation schedule should be drawn up in…

We recently discussed why you need to have your holiday custody agreement in place as early as possible. This is a very important matter in child custody cases that is easy to overlook if there aren’t holidays looming. We know that you want to spend as much time as possible with your child, and we…

For any couple that has children and have decided to divorce, one of the most important aspects of that divorce will be determining the custody arrangements for their child or children. The standard that Rhode Island courts will apply is that the custody arrangement must be in the best interests of the child. Of course,…

Your divorce feels easy. You’re both actually happy about the split, as it was a mutual decision that you believe is right for both of you. Don’t assume that means every step in the divorce process is going to be equally easy. Many parents disagree when they start crafting a parenting plan and a child…

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