Being a non-custodial parent presents a whole new set of challenges. Where once, you were totally involved in you child's life on a day to day basis, now your time together is ruled by the calendar. While it can be very frustrating to cope with, all is not lost, and you can still be an important part of your child's life. Below are some tips to help you make the best of your current situation.
If your divorce or custody case resulted in a situation in which you are not the residential, primary, or custodial parent, you might be upset or not completely comfortable with this situation. Whether you are a man or a woman, there are lots of other parents in your shoes and there are ways to make the best of the situation.
Understand Your Rights As A Non-custodial Parent
The first thing you must do is completely understand what your rights are under your custody order. When can you see your child?
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