The extent of the drug crisis in the United States has overwhelmed the criminal courts.
California police followed a neighborhood tip and discovered a unique drug distribution method -- and a child in serious danger.
Lying in family court can cost you both custody and jail time.
We live in an increasingly mobile society -- and that doesn't change just because a couple gets divorced.
In a previous article, we've addressed how important it is for divorced parents to be on the same page when it comes to things like gift giving and Santa Claus.
The concept of shared parenting was apparently lost on an Arizona woman and her parents -- leaving an infant's father to wonder for four months if his son was okay.
Halloween is seldom addressed in child custody agreements because it isn't considered a national holiday. Unless you were thinking ahead when you made your final custody agreement, you may find that you don't have any specifics laid out for the festivities.
Bird-nest parenting, also called "nesting," has been the latest wave in co-parenting techniques for several years.
One of the problems associated with shared parenting is that kids sometimes end up feeling like they don't really have a home of their own. Because they split their time between households and parents, it's easy for a kid to lose his or her sense of stability. Instead of feeling like they belong in each parent's home, they may end up feeling like they don't really belong anywhere.
Custody is never truly final -- and you need to keep that in mind if you have primary physical custody of your children and want to keep it.