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What to know about UCAPA and the Hague Convention

It's becoming more common for individuals in Indiana and throughout America to get married to people who live in other countries. As a result, it is possible for a parent to share custody with a person who may bring a child to his or her home country. If a dispute occurs, it may be resolved under the terms of the Hague Convention. This agreement aims to get parents who have taken their child out of the country to honor the original terms of a custody order.

How to successfully raise children with a toxic ex-spouse

Many things lead to Indiana couples breaking up and getting divorced. It can be challenging for these divorced couples to co-parent after the divorce, especially when one of them is a toxic person. Here are some tips to help a co-parent successfully raise their children despite the challenges that arise from dealing with a toxic ex.

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 actively raise their child as they see fit.

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. Especially when combined with the emotional weight of the divorce, a far-away parent can be challenging for a child. Kids may feel rejected or like their parents do not care. However, there are some tips that parents can follow to nurture the parent-child bond even across many miles.

Determining custody schedules for infants after divorce

When parents of infants in Indiana get a divorce, they may have some additional challenges regarding child custody. When a child is that young, some parents who are the main caregivers may be hesitant to leave the child with the other parent. However, even if the other parent is less experienced with the infant, that parent can learn. It might be necessary for the main caregiver to trust the situation and allow the other person to parent in their own way.

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