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Category: Co-Parenting

A Champaign Divorce Lawyer Shares How to Handle Text Messages in Allocation of Parental Responsibilities

If you are dealing with the allocation of parental responsibilities in Champaign, it is important to acknowledge that evidence from text messages is critical for your allocation dispute. Plan on documenting and printing text messages so they show when they …

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A Champaign Mediation Attorney Explains How Mediation Can Assist with Parenting Time

Explains How Mediation Can Assist with Parenting time even in the best of circumstances, divorces can be problematic and contentious. When children are involved, they can get downright nasty. However, there is good news: Mediation can be a huge time …

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Communicating with Your Ex-Spouse During the Pandemic Doesn’t Have to Be Difficult

Communicating with your ex-spouse is a challenge at the best of times, but with the pandemic, it’s become more complicated than ever. For some former couples, this has meant an increase in disagreements and out-and-out fights. However, it doesn’t have …

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What Happens When Co-Parents Can’t Agree on the COVID-19 Vaccine for Their Children

Most of the world’s population is awaiting an opportunity to have the COVID-19 vaccine. Nonetheless, there still remains people who are reluctant to receive the vaccination. What happens when co-parents cannot agree on whether or not their child should receive …

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