An introduction to common issues in custody litigation.
Describing access and change of residence issues faced by divorced parents of teenagers.
Asking whether some parents go out of their way to make things tough on the access parent.
Posing the question, what if a parenting plan was developed from the child's perspective?
What to do when the access parent doesn't show up for child visitation.
Avoiding conflict and creating a joint custody plan that works for everyone.
Describing the father's rights movement for child custody cases.
Describing the state of the law for grandparents who desire court-enforced grandparenting time.
Suggesting alternative communication methods for high conflict divorced and separated parents.
Describing PAS, and the importance of sparing children unnecessary emotional pain.
Factors which may affect a child's custodial preference.
Guidance as to how parents with restricted access can develop relationships for the long term.
Describing child custody evaluations and access assessments, focusing on Ontario, Canada.