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Tracy Bensun




Tracy Bensun is an advocate for children in divorce and separation situations. She has researched divorce and family law extensively on her own and desires to share her knowledge with others.

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Making a Washington DC Custody Schedule

You need to know the custody laws that impact how you make a custody schedule in Washington DC if you live there. All parents who are divorced or separated must know the laws regarding custody in ..
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Developing a Minnesota Parenting Plan

It is extremely important that you are familiar with the family laws in your state when making a parenting plan. In Minnesota, you can find statutes in Chapter 518 of the Minnesota Statutes. These ..
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Using a Maryland Parenting Plan

It is important for divorced and separated parents to have knowledge of custody laws in order to ensure having a parenting plan that complies with the laws of the state and the rules of the court. ..
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Making a Wyoming Parenting Plan

Title 20 of the Wyoming Statutes Annotated holds the state's guidelines concerning child custody. Parents can find information they need to make the best possible parenting plan in these laws. The ..
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Making a South Dakota Parenting Plan

The most important document in a child custody situation is a parenting plan. A parenting plan outlines all information about how both parents will continue to care for the child after a separation .
(February 14, 2011)
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Following a Georgia Parenting Plan

As a parent who is separated or divorced, you need to know your state's laws on child visitation and custody. You have to create custody documents like parenting plans and custody agreements that are .
(February 01, 2011)
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Creating a Parenting Plan in Iowa

Having a parenting plan is essential for any divorced or separated couple with children. Each state has its own laws and regulations and parents need to be familiar with the laws in their state so ..
(January 27, 2011)
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Creating a Good Custody Agreement In Vermont

It is important for you to create a custody agreement if you are divorced or separated and have children. Each state has its own guidelines for how to make a custody agreement so you need to know ..
(January 13, 2011)
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Creating a Custody Schedule in Wyoming

It is important to create an effective custody schedule if you have separated or divorced from your partner and you have children. Having a custody schedule will help you know how time will be spent ..
(January 11, 2011)
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Following a Parenting Plan

If you have separated or divorced and you have children, you need a parenting plan. It is important to create and follow your parenting plan to ensure it is working. You may be wondering what goes in .
(January 07, 2011)
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Creating a Parenting Plan from a Template

Being a parent is not easy and it is much more difficult being a parent when you are divorced or separated from your children's other parent. Because it is important for you to be the best parent ..
(January 06, 2011)
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Creating an Effective Parenting Plan for Older Children

It is not easy to share parenting responsibilities after a separation or divorce and because of this, it is important to have a parenting plan to help parents outline their respective ..
(January 03, 2011)
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Making a 50/50 Custody Schedule

If you have been awarded joint custody with your partner, you may want to consider using a 50/50 child custody schedule. This type of schedule is beneficial in dividing time equally with your ..
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Making a Parenting Plan for an Infant-Aged Child

Divorce and separation can have a negative effect on your family. If you have an infant or toddler-aged child, making a parenting plan specifically for that child is essential. Babies have many ..
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Making a Good Child Visitation Schedule

One of the most important documents you should create after a divorce or separation is a child visitation schedule. Making and using a visitation schedule is an effective way for both parents to ..
(December 28, 2010)
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Making an Effective Visitation Schedule

One of the most important documents you can create when you are separated or divorced with children is a child visitation schedule. What is a visitation schedule? A schedule for visitation is just ..
(December 16, 2010)
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Making the Best of the Holidays with a Custody Plan

As the song goes, “there's no place like home for the holidays, " but what if your children have more than one home? Where do they spend the holidays? With Christmas just around the corner, ..
(December 14, 2010)
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Making A Good Parenting Plan

As a parent, you know and want what is best for your children. If you are divorced or separated, you may find yourself at a loss as to how to share parental responsibilities effectively. Because it ..
(December 10, 2010)
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