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What are the possible outcomes of a child custody case? Knowing possible outcomes may help you better prepare yourself and your children.

Learn what the different child custody orders may mean for you (via Avvo): http://bit.ly/2u6ttzQ
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Divorced Dads and Their Daughters (via Psychology Today​): Research authors examined (among other things) how divorce might affect the development of different daughters within the same family. The reasoning for doing so seems to go roughly as follows: daughters should base their sexual developmental trajectory, in part, on the extent of paternal investment they're exposed to during their early years. When daughters are regularly exposed to fathers that invest in them and monitor their behavior, they should come to expect that subsequent male parental investment will be forthcoming in future relationships and avoid peers who engage in risky sexual behavior.

Read the complete article: http://bit.ly/2tPtvbk
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Short On Cash For Child Support? Try Paying In Pizza (via NPR): An Italian court has ruled that yes, Nicola Toso fulfilled his child support obligation when he served his ex-wife the dollar equivalent in pizza - 335 dollars' worth every month. Toso was a pizza baker and started dishing up the piping hot alimony after the economy froze in 2008. He said all he could afford was the free pizza. The judge wrote, there was no evidence of a crime - maybe because all the evidence was so delicious.
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Things No One Told Me About Getting Divorced When You Have Children (via HuffPost Parents): No one told me that when I got divorced it would feel like I divorced my children, too. I had the gut-wrenching foresight that we’d have to divvy up parenting time, but no one told me what that’s really like. No one told me that I’d develop premature empty nest syndrome from the abrupt transitions each week.

Read: http://bit.ly/2nLSzAD
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Starting Over After Bankruptcy and Divorce: Within three months, both my business and marriage fell apart. Here's why a forced reset ended up being a gift, not a burden. (via LinkedIn) Read: http://bit.ly/2omFNGj
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COURT-APPROVED DIVORCE FORMS: These divorce forms were approved by the Tennessee Supreme Court as "universally acceptable as legally sufficient". This means that if the forms are filled out correctly that all Tennessee courts that hear divorce cases must accept the forms.

Get the forms here: http://bit.ly/2qF0zkI
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If you are divorced, even if you have remarried, your ex-spouse may qualify for benefits on your record. To qualify on your record, your ex-spouse must meet 4 requirements. Click below to read the requirements and more details: http://bit.ly/2oKgjpO
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When a married couple gets a divorce, the court may award "alimony" or spousal support to one of the former spouses, based either on an agreement between the couple or a decision by the court itself. Here is a discussion from FindLaw of the basics of alimony and spousal support: http://bit.ly/1MczpYk
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“I don’t have a curfew at Mom’s house.”
Text to Mom…”stopped at Dad’s to get stuff. Hangin here. Home later.”
Through tears at 10pm “My game-day jersey is at Mom’s house and I need it for school tomorrow” “I never have the stuff I need at the right house”
Text to Dad…”easier to crash at Mom’s house tonight. …see you this weekend”
The above examples illustrate ways that teens can take advantage of parents that don’t coordinate or share information after a divorce.

Check out these considerations for co-parenting well through the teen years:
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Even after divorce, this former couple takes family photos (via Today Show): Once a couple gets a divorce, what happens to those special photo shoots with mom, dad and the kids? For Alaska mom Victoria Baldwin and her former husband Adam Dyson, who have a young son, Bruce, they continued.
When Baldwin posted a series of the photos on the LoveWhatMatters website explaining that she and her ex continued to take photos together, she created quite a buzz.

Read: http://www.today.com/parents/after-divorce-couple-continues-taking-family-photos-t109717
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