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Do you or your child have the right to refuse visitation?

Summertime can throw a cog in the wheel of otherwise well-functioning visitation agreements between divorced parents. The long days with children out of school necessitate changes in childcare arrangements, and often increase the expenses that parents must pay.

To complicate things further, children often resent having to uproot their lives in order to exercise visitation with their non-custodial parents, especially if the visitation takes place in locations far from their friends.

Should divorcing mothers fight for sole custody?

Are you a mother going through the divorce process? Are you concerned about what this will mean to your child's future? Are you ready to clear the air?

It's natural to have some concerns and questions. Not only do you need to think about the future well being of your child, but you also have to focus on your own personal situation. This means a closer look at child custody.

Tips for telling your husband you want a divorce

Have you come to the conclusion that divorce is the best way to improve your life? Are you ready to discuss this with your husband in the near future?

If this is something that's been on your mind, don't wait any longer to bring it to light so that you can make progress. The last thing you want is the idea of divorce weighing you down for any longer, especially as the holidays approach. You may find that the relief off of your back outweighs the noble intention to "not ruin the holidays" by maintaining the fa├žade of being together.


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