For parents going through a divorce, the most crucial and potentially heart-breaking part of the process is the parental time agreement. Even the best of agreements means that both parents will not be spending as much time with their children as before. This can be emotionally difficult for both children and spouses as they come to terms with the reality of divorce. Unfortunately, the stress is compounded by the necessary complexity of laws surrounding the rights and interests of children.
To help ease the pain and stress of understanding parental time, The Harris Law Firm has compiled a list of articles and resources intended to help parents understand these difficult laws. Articles include how to initiate a modification to parental time agreements (include establishing them or refuting them), how child support works, and how to conduct custody agreements in different states. We hope these resources answer your questions, allowing you to move forward confidently and with clarity.