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Warrant out for man's arrest in child custody dispute

The father of a 4-year-old boy has been engaged in a dispute with the child's mother for nearly a year. He has made serious accusations against her and, at one point, took his son to live in another state. Since that time, however, the judge who oversees the case has repeatedly ordered the man to return his son to the state in which the mother lives. Kansas parents facing similar child custody problems may want to follow this case. 

Talking to kids about child custody and divorce

Children typically thrive in settings that are structured and centered on healthy routines. However, many Kansas families experience upsets from time to time, especially when parents decide to divorce. Such situations often include contentious child custody issues, which can cause children high levels of stress.  

Child custody situation in another state headed for jury trial

Many Kansas parents are currently facing problems with co-parents regarding visitation, support or custody issues. Child custody situations are often complex, and various types of extenuating circumstances can complicate matters even further. For instance, if one parent accuses the other of abuse, the court may need to investigate the situation before it can hand down a ruling.

Kansas spouses may choose collaborative law re child custody

Getting divorced is typically not a low-stress process. Especially if a Kansas couple has children, there are often emotional challenges as well as financial situations, property matters and other issues that must be resolved before a settlement can be achieved. Those who wish to avoid child custody litigation often opt for a collaborative law divorce.  

Man involved in child custody case may face arrest

Kansas parents who disagree regarding where their children should reside, either in divorce or as never-before married parents, may relate to a current situation as it unfolds in another state. The mother and father of a 4-year-old boy are engaged in a highly acrimonious child custody battle. The situation has escalated to the point that a judge has repeatedly ordered the father to return his son to the mother. 

Step-parents and summer: Avoid child custody problems

Many children in Kansas are among others in the nation who no longer live with both parents. Children of divorce face many challenges as they adapt to new lifestyles, especially during summer break. If a non-custodial parent remarries, it adds a whole new dynamic to the situation, one that can lead to serious child custody problems if the adults involved let their emotions or tempers get out of hand.  

Child custody battle ends in tragedy

Any Kansas parent currently facing problems relating to divorce, custody or support issues should know that there are many support networks in place to assist them in all capacities, especially concerning litigation. Some parents misguidedly believe they must go it alone and wind up feeling overwhelmed and helpless when serious child custody problems arise. A tragedy that recently occurred in another state emphasizes the point.  

Child custody battle erupts in the wake of tragedy

As many Kansas residents understand, family situations can be complicated. Especially those concerning child custody, as made evident by a developing story in another state. This particular situation involves a tragedy that some involved say could have been prevented.  

Don't let child custody problems mess up your parenting plan

Getting divorced does not mean your children's lives will be ruined. In fact, most children in Kansas and beyond are able to come to terms with their parents' divorces and move on to live well-adjusted, productive lives. There are, however, certain child custody issues that can cause stress for parents and children alike; knowing how to avoid them and how to protect your rights if you can't resolve them on your own can help you and your children build as healthy and happy a lifestyle as possible beyond divorce.

When child custody problems make life stressful

Most Kansas parents who divorce strongly desire to move forward in life in ways that create the least amount of stress possible for their children. A good parent makes sure children understand that a divorce is not their fault, and that the parent will be there to love and support them as they come to terms with the situation and adapt to a new lifestyle. A parent can have the best intentions; however, if the other parent refuses to cooperate to create an appropriate child custody plan, a parent may need a helping hand to rectify the situation.

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