Posts Tagged ‘ visitation ’

How to Create a Legally Binding Long Distance Parenting Plan

September 12, 2013
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The Planning Stage

A long distance parenting plan is an arrangement for how you will co-parent a child when one parent is not within close physical proximity. It is one part of a court order.

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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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Watching TV Together Online

July 22, 2011
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When my son is here with me, there are a bunch of shows on hulu that we like to watch together. He snuggles up to me (don’t tell him I told you that) and we get into the show together. He anticipates what shows will be on when and we don’t watch the ones we…

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The Effect of Long Distance Parenting (and visitation) on Children

March 17, 2011
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Last night, as my son and I sat at the counter nomming strawberries, we were talking about him writing his first words (‘dog’, ‘god’, and ‘no’) and I was able to relate the story to him about his first written words and how proud he was of them. He was 4 when he wrote them…

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Christmas Countdown

December 13, 2010
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This is my first holiday season as a long distance father.  Last year I lived in the same town as my daughter, then age 3, and I saw her every other weekend and one night during the week (sometimes over night).  I was living in a small two bedroom apartment just minutes from her.  During…

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