Three Things You Should Always Do When Children Are Involved in Your Divorce

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1. Avoid Alienating the Children From Your Ex.
Trying to turn the kids against the Ex will eventually turn them against you. Kids grow up and think for themselves, and when they do, they’ll realize what you’ve been up to. This will not end well for you. Nobody likes to hear others say bad things about their parents, even when it is their other parent. The kids love and need you both.

2. Make All Support Payments With a Check.
If you voluntarily give your Ex money, or can’t prove you made a support payment, then the court won’t give you credit for it and you will have to pay twice. If the payment in question is court ordered support, your inability to prove payment could get you jailed for contempt—every month! Cash may be king, but it’s not your friend.

3. Keep a Visitation Diary
When your Ex can’t follow the visitation order, or constantly wants to see the kids during your designated time with little or no advanced notice, write it down when it happens. It will look more credible if it is noted in real time, and will help show the court that your Ex is being difficult and failing to work with you.

About the Author:

Curtis began his legal career in 1998 as a paralegal, during which time he specialized in employment law, personal injury, consumer protection, civil litigation, the discovery process and managing large volumes of information and documents. As a result, he has the insight and abilities to accomplish your objectives as quickly and inexpensively as possible. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration—Computer Systems and Applications and Mathematics from California State University, Fresno and holds a Juris Doctorate degree from San Joaquin College of Law.

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