August 2019 Archives

Single parents and child custody

Being a parent is a difficult job, and single parents may struggle more than parents who have the help of a spouse, domestic partner or other family members around to help. For a single parent, maintaining employment may be a necessity to provide for one's children. Unfortunately, choosing work over the safety of a child can result in loss of child custody

Adopting a child through the foster care system

If you have always seen your future with children in it, you are likely someone with a generous heart. Raising a child is a challenge, but it also comes with immeasurable rewards. Whether you already have children of your own or you are ready for your first child, if you are open to adoption, you should know how many options you have. The sad fact is that many children do not have homes and are eager to be part of a family like yours.

Grandparents encouraged to plan ahead for child custody

Arizona families come in all shapes and sizes. Nationally, it is becoming more common for grandparents to file for child custody. There is a wide variety of reasons a grandparent may want to take such action on behalf of a grandchild, but if the biological parents are not up to the task, a grandparent might just save the day. 

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