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'Tis the season to review your custody agreement

For a lot of families in California, December holidays mean travelling to see loved ones all over the state, country or sometimes the world. While these journeys may be relatively easy for most families, separated, divorced and blended families often have to be a little more cautious and meticulous about making travel plans so as not to conflict with carefully laid child custody arrangements.

Making it work: 6 key things to keep in mind with custody agreements

Drafting a custody agreement that makes sense for your children and is in their best interests doesn't have to be an uphill climb. Check out our SlideShare presentation and learn about six important things to keep in mind with custody agreements.

Facebook is an excellent way to connect. It can also be damaging.

From Facebook to Instagram to Twitter - these 21st Century platforms provide the ability to see inside the daily, private life of an individual like never before. A follower can see photos or videos of an individual's recent trip abroad, a new baby-even a new haircut-on these social media sites.

What types of custody arrangements are there in California?

Whether you're a parent dissolving your marriage or simply ending a relationship, chances are that the biggest concern on your mind right now is who will maintain custody of your child and what this will mean for the other parent. If so, then you're not alone.

What timesharing plans work best for professional athletes?

We often think of professional athletes as "having the good life" and may even see them as people who have little to worry about. But if you're a professional athlete with children, you may see things differently, especially if you're divorced.

How California judges decide on a fair custody arrangement

For parents, few things matter more than being able to see their children on a regular basis and building a lasting bond with them. As you can imagine, divorce and legal separations can complicate matters, making it difficult for parents to regularly see their children without also having to see their ex more.

Your divorce, your taxes: What happens after 'I don't?'

If you're about to start divorce proceedings, you probably have a lot on your mind. Everything from alimony to child custody seem far more important than anything else you could think about. But when it comes to saying 'I don't,' there is one thing you should consider even though you may not believe it's a top priority at the moment.

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