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Learn More About Joint Custody and a Parenting Plan

When going through a divorce, your children are the most important consideration. You need to make arrangements for their care. One option is obtaining legal custody, which means you have the authority to make decisions for your children, including schooling, medical treatment, and other important matters.

What to Do If Your Ex Isn't Following a Custody Agreement

Divorce and separation are undoubtedly challenging experiences, especially when children are involved. Establishing a custody agreement is a crucial step in ensuring the well-being of your children, providing a framework for shared responsibilities. However, what do you do when your ex isn't following the agreed-upon custody arrangement? In this blog post, we'll explore the steps you can take to address and resolve issues when your ex isn't adhering to the custody agreement.