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Tips for parenting after a divorce

Parenting a child after a divorce can be a challenge for anyone, but it can be an especially difficult challenge when the child's other parent is a toxic individual. Ideally, parents will spend less time trying to win arguments with each other and more time focusing on the needs of their children. Generally speaking, a child does better when a parent responds appropriately to negativity. In some cases, it is a good idea to not respond to negative words or actions.

Courts may be flexible when scheduling custody hearings

After a divorce or separation, there is a chance that a parent will move from California to another state. There is also a chance that he or she works irregular hours or is needed for an urgent project. Therefore, it may not be possible for a parent to attend a child custody hearing on a certain date or at a certain time. The good news is that it may be possible to have the hearing postponed or moved to a different venue.

Past financial support does not eliminate future support

People have a lot of misconceptions about financial support in divorce. They often feel like the payments the court orders are unfair or put them in a tough position. This may be due to a lack of understanding of what those payments revolve around or how they get determined in the first place.

Developing a parenting plan for an infant

Parents of children at any age may find it challenging to adjust to a child custody plan and a visitation schedule in California. After all, it is difficult for many parents to deal with losing time with their children when they were used to being with them every day of the week. However, parents of infants may face even more questions. There is no clear right answer about the right custody and visitation schedule for infants. While it may not seem that babies have any particular preferences or feelings for their time with their parents, they benefit from time with both of their parents.

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