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Familiar things help your child adjust to two homes

After a divorce, there will be two households, and your child will spend time in both. While he will likely think of the residence of the principal parent as “home,” you will want to ensure that a comfort level is firmly established in the new household. Familiar belongings along with some familiar routines will help your child adjust.

Annulment is fundamentally different from divorce

Annulment is a process by which a marriage is declared void from the beginning through judicial action. This is fundamentally different from divorce proceedings, in which a marriage is terminated on the date of judgment on the dissolution of marriage. An annulment essentially means that a valid marriage never truly existed at all.

What are my rights as an unwed Father?

For married couples, Father's parental legal rights are established as soon as the child is born. In fact, if married, Father and Mother have equal legal rights to the child. However, this is not the case for unwed parents. Unwed fathers must take additional steps to establish paternity to protect his legal rights and to be able to exercise co-parenting time with the Child should his relationship with Mother become rocky.

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