It's never too early for divorced parents to determine how their kids will divide their time over the Thanksgiving holiday. If you included Thanksgiving in your custody agreement during your divorce, you're a step ahead. Of course, that doesn't mean that you and your co-parent can't agree to change your predetermined arrangement.
There are plenty of reasons why people move whether it is for a job, family members or a change in scenery. However, crossing state borders often complicates child custody agreements and possible divorce proceedings.
Last month, Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill into law that will provide new guidance to California family law judges who are asked to determine which spouse will get to keep the family pets or how the couple will share "custody" of them during and after the divorce.
The exchange of child custody is one of the most stressful situations a child can endure, especially if their parents cannot get along. It's important for the parents or guardians of the children to do everything in their power to make the exchange of child custody as safe for their children and themselves as possible. Let's take a look at some important tips to make this happen.