Blog Posts in April, 2017

  • Father's Rights

    In Wisconsin, fathers do not automatically obtain parental rights when they have a child with women who are not their wives. The child’s mother has sole custody to raise the child or control custody of the child. Before they can exercise their parental rights to make decisions for their kids or get a court-approved parenting schedule, unwed biological fathers need to establish their paternity. ...
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  • How Parents Should Act During a Divorce

    No matter what age, divorce is often a substantial change in a child’s life. Studies have shown that children whose parents are divorced don’t do as well in school and are less likely to go to college, 25% more likely to use and abuse alcohol and drugs by age 14, and are twice as likely to get divorced themselves. Fortunately, there are several ways to avoid these outcomes. However, preventing ...
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