Posts Tagged ‘ noncustodial (ncp) ’

Arizona gets a new Moveaway Law

April 12, 2013
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Arizona

Arizona Republican Senator, Nancy Barto has written a bill (SB1072) for Arizona which will make it necessary for the custodial parent to inform the non-custodial parent in writing 60 days before moving to a distance that would impair visitation.

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10 Points of Defensive Strategy for Long Distance Parents

March 18, 2011
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It is a sad but often true scenario. The non-custodial parent moves away and the custodial parent gets angry. Not that non-custodial parents NEVER get angry. They do. But there are a few pretty typical perspectives in a moveaway that breeds resentment. From the perspective of the custodial parent, you are escaping. You get freedom.…

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Keep up With Your Child’s School

January 13, 2007
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Remember that although in a perfect world the custodial parent would keep you on top of what's happening in the child's life, sometimes that doesn't happen. Here are some ways to advocate for yourself.

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Stationary Station

October 19, 2006
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Nothing makes a task more difficult than having to go searching for the things you need to complete it. So if you plan to write to your child regularly, it makes sense to make sure you know where everything is that you need to get something into the mail.

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Letter to the School for Long Distance Parents

August 7, 2006
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The start of the school year is upon us! Did you know that it is federal law (The Family Educational Rights and Privacy act) that, unless a court specifically prohibits it, the school HAS to release information about the student to both parents? Both parents are entitled to report cards, progress reports, field trip information,…

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