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Visitation Rights of Grandparents

When two parents get divorced they already have a lot on their plate to deal with, such as separation of financial and monetary assets and deciding who gets custody of the children. Once the court decides which parent will be the custodial parent and which parent will...

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How Can a Court Restrict Visitation?

Supervised visitation or ordinary visitation is granted by the court in cases where the parents are getting divorced or separated and only one parent has been granted sole custody of the child and the other parent is given visitation rights only. Before deciding which...

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Benefits of Supervised Visitation

Supervised visitation enables the non-custodial parent to visit his or her child in the presence of a court-appointed supervisor who is experienced in the field of child healthcare and safety. Supervised visitation is to ensure the physical, mental and emotional...

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How to Earn Your Supervised Visitation Rights? 

If children are involved in the midst of a divorce the judge will use his discretion to determine whether both parents will share custody of the child/children or which one of the two parents will be the custodial parent and which parent will be the visiting parent....

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Remaining Connected to Your Child After a Divorce

A divorce can take a huge toll on you, your spouse, your children, and the entire family. If you and your spouse have major and unsolvable conflicts with each other and can't even look eye to eye, the divorce proceedings can get all the uglier. In the midst of...

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How you can help your Teenager Cope with your Divorce

A teenager’s life is never an easy one, even more so when his or her parents are getting a divorce. They are already at the stage of their lives where they may find it challenging to understand the changes they are going through--and a divorce will only make things...

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The Need for Supervised Visitation

Supervised visitation is often ordered by the court if the parents are getting divorced and if the judge believes that their child’s welfare may be endangered in case of conflict or any other kind of high-risk situations. These restricted visits allow the child to...

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How to Treat Your Ex-Spouse After a Divorce

Once the judge passes the decree of divorce, that doesn’t mean that the ties are completely cut between you and your spouse. You might have certain financial matters to discuss and assets to divide. You might have children, which may require you to deal with your...

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Do’s and Don’ts of Supervised Visitation

When two parents are getting divorced and one parent is given sole custody of the children, the judge usually orders that the other parent gets supervised visitation rights. This means that the parent who is not given sole custody of the child can visit the child or...

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