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Category Archives: Timesharing

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Special Considerations When Creating a Parenting Plan for an Infant

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Sharing responsibility for a child after a divorce or separation is difficult from a logistical and psychological point of view. Coordinating pick-up and drop-off in light of school and work schedules will be challenging, but knowing the other parent may make decisions that conflict with a parent’s wishes or create conflict is much harder… Read More »

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The Parenting Challenges of Blended Families

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Parenting post-divorce is not an easy endeavor, and finding a good balancing point with a former spouse or partner takes time, flexibility and patience. When the changing nature of families is taken into account, with more households including relationships that diverge from the traditional notion of the nuclear family, these challenges can increase. Blended… Read More »

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Handling Child Custody Disputes in Other Countries

By Donna Hung Law Group |

It is easy for divorced parents to disagree about how to raise a child, as well as how much time the child should spend with each parent. Most divorced parents find a way to work out these issues so the child is not affected or harmed by adult conflict. Divorced parents are expected to… Read More »

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When Parents Disagree Over Vaccination and other Medical Treatment

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Parents who share child custody generally make decisions with the best interests of their child in mind, but this intent does not mean both parents see eye-to-eye. Countless decisions will have to be made about the child’s wellbeing and development over the years, especially as it concerns the child’s health and medical care. Children,… Read More »

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Using Electronic Communication to Exercise Parenting Time

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Any divorced or separated parent who shares child custody knows how precious the time with their child is, and that the demands of work, school, and outside activities can make it difficult to exercise parenting time as frequently as the child and parent would like. Having a consistent and meaningful relationship with a child… Read More »

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Divorcing a Spouse with an Addiction

By Donna Hung Law Group |

There are many reasons a marriage may not last, and addiction or substance abuse is one of the more common issues. This dynamic puts very large and overwhelming stresses on a marriage that destabilize interaction and rob the other spouse of trust and faith in the addicted spouse’s ability to do what is best… Read More »

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Using Social Investigations to Resolve Child Custody Disputes

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Divorce puts a lot of strain on the ability of parents to see eye-to-eye about how to divide parenting responsibilities and childrearing in general. When parents reach an impasse on this issue, a court will need to step in and decide how to arrange parenting time and decision-making responsibilities. These core aspects of child… Read More »

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Rules for Child Passports When Custody Is Shared

By Donna Hung Law Group |

One of the greatest technological advancements of the modern age is the ease of travel across the world. Getting on a plane and landing in another hemisphere or continent is not the daunting task it was just 100 years ago. The modern ease of travel means people are more willing to relocate and visit… Read More »

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Coping with Parental Alienation in Shared Custody

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Children almost always benefit from having active and consistent involvement from both parents. To facilitate this dynamic when child custody is shared, both parents must be willing to work together to encourage and foster the relationship with the other parent. Parents that badmouth a former spouse in the front of their child are known… Read More »

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New Law on Child Custody for Deployed Parents

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Active members of the military on deployment who share child custody often have limited availability to communicate, and logistically, are unable to be present for events and face-to-face time until the tour is over. How to deal with this situation, particularly to ensure relatives related to the deployed parent have adequate time with the… Read More »