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January 2016 Archives

Changing societal gender norms may impact support arrangements

Although many modern mothers in California and other states act as breadwinners, there are still social stigmas against men who ask for child support. These social stigmas may be in place because even though most mothers are employed, the majority of childcare responsibilities fall on their shoulders and because they suffer the most due to gender-related wage discrepancies.

Mediation as an alternative to fighting and arguments

When California parents who are no longer together simply cannot get along when it comes to sharing time with the kids, conflicts are likely to occur. These arguments can be particularly frustrating around the holidays when organizing family time can be more stressful than usual. However, mediation is an option that can be utilized to work out these problems and find appropriate solutions.

How to make coparenting work

California parents know that co-parenting children after a divorce can be challenging. Managing the interests of two adults and the children can lead to conflict. Co-parenting can be made even more difficult when emotions that have nothing to do with the children are involved. But there are ways to make co-parenting work, even if it takes time for both sides to adjust.

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