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NBA All-Star seeks sole child custody

When many Arizona couples divorce, they find ways to share custody and allow both parents to continue to be involved in the children's lives. However, for some reason or another, some parents file for sole custody. They might think that the other parent is not a fit mother or father. Perhaps one parent refuses to work and earn money to support the child, or maybe the parent lives a partying lifestyle and allowing him or her to raise the child would be detrimental to the child. NBA star Paul George is asking for sole child custody of his baby daughter with limited parenting time for the baby's mother -- if his paternity is confirmed.

Should a parent unable to fulfill custody agreement be arrested?

Whether in Arizona or another state, when it comes to child custody agreements, parents should understand that the agreements need to be followed. If the father is supposed to share custody with the mother, he needs to make sure that the schedule is followed. If the mother has sole custody but the father can see the children on certain holidays, she needs to drop the kids off per the arrangement.

Raising a child post divorce requires intentional co-parenting

A previous post discussed a recent debate centered on child custody decisions, specifically which parent should be awarded primary custody. Figuring out the co-parenting schedule can seem like the most challenging part of a custody dispute, but what happens after the agreement is signed and in place?

Over the river and through the woods... to mom or dad's house?

When it comes to agreeing on a child custody agreement, it seems to be a balancing act. How often will a child spend time with one parent versus the other? What school will he or she attend? What holidays will be spent with mom? Who pays for summer camp?

Should shared parenting spread among Arizona divorce cases?

Probably the most sensitive aspect of all divorce cases involving children is child custody. Parents, as well as the Arizona courts, want to their best to protect the well-being of children during the process of divorce as well as their futures.

Bode Miller's child custody battle addresses difficult issues

Once a woman becomes pregnant, does she lose the right to relocate? A judge on the east coast thought so when he ruled against the mother of Bode Miller's child at a child custody hearing. The judge awarded custody of the pair's son to Miller. An appellate court overturned that judge's decision, and the child is back with his mother -- at least through a child custody hearing scheduled for Dec. 9.

How to implement disaster prep into a child custody arrangement

Most Arizona families understand the need to be adequately prepared for a disaster. Media coverage of large-scale natural disasters has led many Americans to consider if their own preparation are sufficient to ensure that their family could weather such a challenge. However, when divorce changes the family structure through a child custody agreement, it can be difficult to implement a plan that is likely to be effective.

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