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Start making holiday plans for child custody now

The holiday season is fast approaching. There are fewer than 100 days to Christmas. Even before then, you have to think about Halloween and Thanksgiving. All of these holidays are difficult enough to plan for, but when you have a child custody arrangement, they can be even more challenging. We know that you don't want to have to deal with holiday stress, so you should think about reviewing the plans for the season now.

Divorcing with toddlers requires special attention

Toddlers have some very unique needs because they aren't babies any longer and are working on figuring out how to navigate in the world. This is a time when they are often clingy with their parents and need to have consistency. When their parents are in the midst of a divorce, this might be hard for the tots to handle.

Babies have unique child custody needs for parents to consider

Parenting an infant is a challenge. When you and the other parent aren't together any longer, there is an added difficulty in the situation – child custody. We know that this is a frightening time because you might not be able to handle the thought of your baby not being in your care.

Contentious child custody cases might need the court's help

Throughout your child's life at home, decisions will have to be made for everything from where the child will go to school to what type of schedule they need. All of these are usually made by the parents, but this might not be easy to determine if you and your child's other parent aren't together any longer. This is when a solid parenting plan might be helpful.

Modifying parenting plans can help ensure a child's needs are met

Child custody modifications can help parents to ensure that their child's needs are being met even though the adults aren't together any longer. When the parents first split, they come up with a parenting plan but this plan takes the child's current needs and schedule into account. As the child grows older, there might be a need to change things up.

Breaking child custody order terms can lead to more legal issues

The right to spend time with your children is one of the main points of custody agreements. You expect that this order will be followed by your ex. When he or she decides to break the agreement, there is a good chance that you will need to do something to force compliance. This might mean going back to court to assert your rights and show your ex that you mean business.

Where you live: Will it influence child custody rulings?

Like most good parents in California, you always have your children's best interests in mind. However, when you divorce, the court may get involved if you and your co-parent disagree about where your children should live. The judge overseeing your case will make a decision based on what is in the kids' best interests.

How do I make custody exchange a safe event?

Exchanging the custody of your children with the other parent, who might be your former spouse, can very well be an awkward and difficult situation. Adults need to do everything in their power to make the situation as safe as possible for everyone involved, especially the children. So, how do you make custody exchange a safe event in California?