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Suspecting or discovering your child is being abused is traumatic. If you have noticed signs that make you suspect that child abuse is present, either physical or emotional, it is imperative that you ensure your child’s safety. Here are some important steps that will help you do just that.

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Like all other divorced c0-parents, military service members who co-parent sometimes experience legal issues with regard to child custody or parenting time. Certain laws protect military parents so that they are afforded the same ability to be heard in court and to respond to any lawsuits filed against them in New Jersey, especially if they are deployed. But understanding these laws, and the overlapping civilian custody laws that apply, can be confusing…and stressful. Are you a military parent, or are you co-parenting with one? Here are 5 key things you need to know about military child custody in New Jersey.

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Your spouse is a sex addict and has cheated on you — many times — and all your friends and relatives think that the only option is to kick your spouse to the curb ASAP. But if any part of you wants to stay in the marriage, and especially if you have children, it’s worth following a plan of action to see if the relationship can be saved. Wondering how you’ll know? In the fallout of discovering your spouse’s sex addiction, here are some tips to help you make informed, clear-headed decisions about the future. http://bit.ly/2pW2OEk custody&wlg_m=&wlg_src=gplus&wlg_n=organic+blog&wlg_c=&wlg_cr=sex-addiction-leads-divorce&wlg_k=child custody

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Not knowing what really goes on in your co-parent’s home is one of the toughest aspects of divorce – especially if you’re concerned that your ex might be abusive. Child abuse is an equal opportunity offender, and occurs in every socioeconomic group. Let’s take a look at some statistics, and understand how to recognize the signs:
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What do you think? Should an aunt or uncle acting as a stepparent, one with a court order for custody of a child who happens to be a nephew, be seen as legally responsible to support that child? Should they be entitled to a reduction in their child support for a biological child because of that responsibility?
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If you and your child’s other parent have recently separated your child may be spending significant overnight parenting time with your ex. It is indeed an adjustment for any parent to have their child spending nights away from their home, especially if you have an uneasy feeling that they may not be safe with their other parent. If you have noticed signs that make you suspect that child abuse is present, either physical or emotional, it is imperative that you ensure your child’s safety. Here are some important steps that will help you do just that.
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Step-parents often find themselves becoming psychological parents. But what if you are an aunt or uncle? Could you ever be seen to be the psychological parent of your niece of nephew?
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f your wife is over 35 and seems dissatisfied with her life — and you — she may be going through that common affliction of middle age…a midlife crisis. Read on to learn the signs and symptoms of a mid-life crisis, and what you can do to give your spouse the support — and space — she needs to figure things out. (If the shoe is on the other foot, read our companion blog: 7 Tips for Surviving Your Husband’s Midlife Crisis!) http://bit.ly/2r6ROAI

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If your 50-year-old husband wakes up one morning and tells you life has passed him by, you may have visions of him zooming off in a red Porsche with a new partner half his age. Don’t panic! Your husband’s midlife crisis doesn’t necessarily mean you’re headed for divorce court. How he chooses to handle it is up to him, but there are things you can do to support him and keep your marriage in tact. (Dealing with a wife’s midlife crisis? Read our companion blog: 7 Tips for Surviving Your Wife’s Midlife Crisis!) Continue reading →
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Your child custody agreement may address holidays like Thanksgiving, and special events like your child’s birthday. But what about other special celebration days during the year…like Mothers Day?
Let’s take a look at how Mothers Day (and Fathers Day) can be worked into parenting time agreements.
Check out 'Should Mothers Day Be Included in Your Parenting Time Plan?'
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