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Month: November 2019

Identifying and stopping indirect parenting time interference

When parents choose to raise their children separately, they sometimes have a hard time respecting each other's rights to time with their child. Of course, this is understandable because most parents hate to miss out on key moments in a child's upbringing and want to...

Nurturing the parent-child bond over a distance

When parents divorce in Indiana, the pressure of employment or family obligations may force one parent to move far away from the children. In most cases, this is the father, but mothers can also be non-custodial parents who need to cope with long-distance parenting....