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What is Co-Parenting Harassment?

April 3, 2023

Co-parenting harassment can include excessive and repeated text messages or calls, name-calling, and threatening or condescending behavior. Sometimes harassment rises to the level of a criminal act, and it may become necessary to take action.

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Parenting Class is a Prerequisite to Divorce in Wisconsin

October 9, 2020

Couples who reside in Wisconsin must take an approved parenting class before the court will grant a divorce; learn more about why this is required and how to fulfill the requirements.

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Creating a Parenting Plan as Part of a Wisconsin Divorce

February 10, 2019

When parents divorce in Wisconsin, the law generally presumes that parents have joint legal custody of the children. It is important to note that legal custody and physical custody are two different things. Legal custody allows you to make legal decisions on behalf of your child. These usually include such things as medical care, education, […]

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How to Create the Best Parenting Plan in a Divorce

November 30, 2018

Going through a divorce is never easy but it can be particularly difficult for families with young children. In Wisconsin, as in most states, the laws are designed to protect children and to allow them to spend time with both parents. In general, both parents may share legal custody of a child but the child […]

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Co-Parenting Successfully When Your Parenting Styles Clash

April 6, 2018

Every parent has a unique parenting style. Some are more relaxed than others when it comes to involvement with their children’s personal lives and academics, while others take a more active role, directing their children’s lives and working directly with their children to ensure their expectations are met. Sometimes, drastic parenting style differences drive couples […]

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What Should I Focus on When Developing a Parenting Plan?

July 25, 2017

If you are a parent of a minor child, you will need to develop a parenting plan for yourself and your former spouse to follow after your divorce. Except for cases in which the child is at risk of being harmed, it is in a child’s best interest to maintain a consistent relationship with both […]

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How Will My Divorce Affect My Adult Children?

May 26, 2017

Parents of young children often think about how their divorce will affect their children, sometimes to the point of postponing the divorce until the children are in their teens or out of high school. Although this is not always the healthiest choice, it is a choice that some parents make. If you are considering filing […]

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