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The need for civil communication with your former spouse

When it comes to child custody and visitation matters, the odds often are stacked against the father. However, the stereotype of…

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How the ‘Bergeron standard’ affects child custody modification in Louisiana

As a parent negotiating a child custody arrangement, you hope you and your co-parent get it right the first time. But…

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Parental alienation and the hazards fathers face

No matter how the relationship ended, a divorce can quickly become mired in heated emotions and long-standing disputes. Once things like…

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Why children fare best when they know their fathers

Once you and your child’s mother go your separate ways, you may not see your son or daughter as often as…

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What co-parents need to know during crisis

Co-parenting is difficult at the best of times, let alone during a worldwide public health emergency. For parents who need to…

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Do you know how to create a stronger bond with your child?

Divorced fathers often have to struggle twice as hard for their rights when it comes to earning custody of their kids.…

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What are the father’s rights in an adoption?

As a father, you may not always be clear on your rights. If you were not married to the mother of…

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Handling parenting time over the holidays

As your children grow, you will treasure the precious memories of Thanksgiving and Christmas mornings spent around the tree. When you…

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What are your rights as an unwed father?

You want to have a good time with your child. You are probably imagining baseball games and campouts, father-daughter dances or…

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