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Shon Cook is the Founder of Tabono Law and joins us weekly to try to help make the legal world a little more understandable for the average person on the street. Like any other highly specialized profession, lawyers are able to navigate extremely complicated situations where there is anything at stake from custody of children to splitting up life savings when it comes to family court proceedings.

This week, Shon is revisiting the idea of “Bird Nesting” when it comes to the preliminary stages of a separation leading to a divorce. Not familiar? That’s why we’re here! Bird Nesting is the idea that when it comes to parenting time, instead of the kids visiting their parents for the designated time and staying with a custodial parent, the parents do the moving around and the kids stay in their home.  This isn’t always a workable option. If there’s domestic violence or a sincere threat, a judge might not consider it. If the level of animosity between the two parties splitting up is high, they might not be candidates for an idea like this either. If, however the divorce is civil and the upset of the kid’s lives can be minimized by having the parents accommodate the residential situation, it’s something judges can use as an option.

If you need a hand with Family Law, Tabono Law is the only call you need to make. Shon and her staff are dedicated to getting the best outcome for their clients and work tirelessly to make sure needs are met. Call 231-894-0909. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or VISIT TABONO LAW ONLINE to begin working with Tabono Law.

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