As parents, we're always concerned about our children and their use of electronics. There's the potential for addiction to their devices, exposure to things we don't want them to see online, cyberbullying, and when they get older, distracted driving.
No matter how contentious a divorce is or how soured the relationship has become between an unmarried couple that share children, there is no reason for children to get stuck in the middle between warring adults.
A Florida grandmother is fighting to keep the grandchildren she's raised for nearly a dozen years after a judge gave custody to their father, who lives in Indiana and has not been part of their daily lives. Their parents relinquished custody in 2007.
Your relationship is over. Your girlfriend has moved out -- and taken your baby with her. On the way out, she said you'll never see either one of them again.
Sharing custody of your children is never easy, even if you and the other parent have a decent relationship. Deciding on holidays, birthdays, vacations and weekends can be challenging. There's so much that needs to go into a shared-custody agreement in order to make it a success and we will discuss some of it in today's post.
It's never easy to share custody of your children with the other parent, even when the two of you get along. It's just a difficult situation, especially when you add the significant other of the other parent and if they have children too. Your network is expanding and it can become very difficult to handle different child custody issues that occur in Clearwater, Florida.
Child custody exchanges are difficult situations for all involved, especially the children. Even if your children understand what is happening, they might still suffer emotional stress each time the custody exchange occurs. This very well could be due to the behavior of you and the other parent. One way to prevent issues from cropping up during custody exchanges in Clearwater, Florida, is to pick neutral locations.