How to Calculate Time With Each Parent in Child Custody


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Child custody issues present unique challenges during the course of a divorce or paternity case. At the heart of these matters is the calculation of how much time each parent is allocated with a child born of the marriage. Across the country, every state has developed a set of guidelines to assist in setting schedules relating to child custody and parenting time. Although there are some minor differences from state to state in regard to child custody guidelines, the general parameters are virtually the same.Difficulty:ModerateInstructions Things You'll Need
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