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How technology can reduce complications with child custody

Wyoming parents know that one of the most complicated aspects of a divorce is what will happen to the children. Parents naturally have concerns about how to help their children transition with as little emotional or mental trauma as possible. One way they can do this is by providing security and stability in a a solid child custody order, and there are ways that technology can help them reach this goal. 

Child custody important issue, regardless of income level

When Wyoming parents choose to divorce, it can have a significant effect on the mental and emotional well-being of the children. Recently, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos and his wife announced their divorce, yet despite their millions of dollars and extensive success, they will also have to carefully navigate issues related to child custody. Having a significant amount of wealth does not preclude children from suffering negative consequences as a result of their parents' divorce.

Determining child custody after the death of a parent

When a custodial parent dies in Wyoming, there is an immediate concern about the children that parent had custody of. Hopefully, there will be at least one family member or family friend who would be a viable candidate as a guardian. Time is of the essence as a delay in determining child custody can cause the children unnecessary additional stress.

Determining child custody in Wyoming

The divorce process is challenging for any couple. Those who have children, however, have even more to deal with than those who don't. Determining the child custody arrangement is a very delicate process. All factors of the children's care, housing, time and emotional needs have to be considered. It is important for Wyoming couples to know the basics of how this extremely important arrangement is handled in their state.

Should parents retain child custody while in treatment for drugs?

The opioid crisis continues its grip on cities all over the country. Many states are seeing a surge in foster care numbers as parents lose child custody rights because of substance abuse. In Wyoming and other states, agencies are reconsidering whether parents should keep custody of their kids during treatment. In the past, some states have removed children from homes where parents are suffering from addiction, citing it as child neglect.

Shared parenting may be the new normal in child custody cases

Couples are changing the way they parent their children after divorce because of new shared parenting laws. The intent of these laws is to provide a legal presumption of equal rights for both parents in child custody proceedings, with the goal of establishing equal custody time when appropriate. Fathers' rights groups in Wyoming and many other states are pushing lawmakers to consider shared parenting arrangements during custody decisions.

The battle for child custody after addiction

The drug epidemic is spiraling out of control. For many, the hardest part of addiction is getting clean and staying that way. Trauma plays a big role in the triggers that lead to relapse, and without the proper resources, some will relapse repeatedly. In Wyoming and other states, some parents are fighting to regain child custody during recovery.

Successful child custody arrangements

Even the most amicable of divorces may still have parenting woes. Co-parenting is tough when the sting of the divorce and child custody hearings are still fresh. Experts recommend setting aside emotions and anger in the presence of the children. In Wyoming and other states, no matter how bad the situation, parents can set a good example for children through their behavior.

Parents could give up child custody temporarily under a new law

Parents who are facing crisis situations in their lives could give up custody of their children temporarily through private organizations. Under a new Senate bill enacted recently, parents can transfer child custody for up to one year without repercussions. Under this program, the number of children entering foster care in Wyoming and other states has dropped significantly.

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