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.
The legalities of a long distance parent arrangement are sometimes a very big piece. Laws and court orders are the framework upon which everything else relies. However, as complicated as it may seem, there are many resources available to help simplify it.
This post archive includes posts related to the legalities of long distance parenting. This includes information on building your long distance parenting plan, case law and strategy and more practical organizational techniques around your legal case.
As a long distance parent, you live in one place and your child lives in another. It's possible that there is even a third location involved if your child has relocated since the custody case was decided. Here are some details on the intricacies related to location involved in a long distance custody court case.
Case law is essentially the legal precedent that has already been set in a particular jurisdiction. If you are looking for an attorney for your case, they should be familiar…
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.
It's one thing to craft a successful court strategy - but it's an entirely different ballgame to put it into action. Once the court dates start, it's a most daunting…
In the beginning of my long distance parenting arrangement, my son's father and I agreed to split air fare in half with his half not to exceed a certain amount.…