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Stress reduction for single parents must be a priority

The transition from being a married parent to being a single one can be challenging. You have to help your children adjust while you are trying to figure things out for yourself. During this time, you might feel as though stress is inevitable. This isn't necessarily the case because you might find some ways that you can cope and find your inner peace.

Patience is imperative in co-parenting situations

Moving from a household with two parents to one with only a single one can be challenging. When you are going through a divorce, you are going to have to go through that transition. You need to ensure that you don't let the stress of the situation determine how you react to anything.

Domestic abuse accusations can mean family law and criminal cases

Domestic violence is a very difficult situation for everyone involved. When children are involved, things can become even more complicated. The judge who is overseeing a child custody case in which one parent is accused of domestic violence must ensure that the children are protected. This often means that the accused individual has to deal with some strict limitations on their parenting rights.

The ins and outs of restraining orders in Pennsylvania

Domestic violence is an issue that the state of Pennsylvania takes very seriously. Anyone accused of committing acts of domestic violence will be investigated, charged if appropriate and convicted if the evidence against them is solid. Those who allege to be victims of domestic abuse can take steps to protect themselves, such as seeking restraining orders against their abusers while simultaneously working to dissolve their relationships officially.

Child support orders should be detailed

Parents who go through a divorce will likely have to address the matter of child support. In Pennsylvania, these payments go through a centralized system unless both parties agree to handle the matter privately. Some cases go through the Domestic Relations Office via an Application for Child Support.

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