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Monthly Archives: April 2020

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Whose Parenting Time Is It When the Children Are in Daycare?

By Patrick L. Looper |

Tennessee parenting plans contain many details for parents to customize, such as which parent has the children on teacher planning days and which parent transports the children to or from the other parent’s house.  With school-age children, most parenting plans are quite similar to each other; one parent has the children on weekdays, while… Read More »

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Parenting Plans for the Parents of Newborns

By Patrick L. Looper |

Every parent knows that babies, in their first few months of life, drastically change their families’ daily schedules.  Rather than being clearly divided into day and night, a 24-our period with a newborn is a blur of round-the-clock feedings with diaper changes after almost every feeding, an endless cycle of fussing and soothing.  Even… Read More »

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Trying to Sabotage Your Ex-Spouse’s Efforts at Co-Parenting Doesn’t Pay

By Patrick L. Looper |

Many former couples get along much better as divorced co-parents of their children than they ever did when they were married with each other.  If your relationship with your ex-spouse improved after your divorce became final, you are one of the lucky ones.  Some people have an even more acrimonious relationship because of post-divorce… Read More »

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When Transporting the Children from One Parent to the Other Represents a Significant Expense

By Patrick L. Looper |

Moving to another state after a divorce can give you a fresh start in life.  If you and your ex-spouse have minor children together, though, living in different states makes co-parenting much more complicated.  If the parents live in the same city, it is easy for Dad to pick up the kids from school… Read More »

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