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HOW TO MAXIMIZE VISITATION WITH
YOUR CHILDREN
Arlene Kock
INTRODUCTION
 Attorney Arlene Kock currently serves as the
CEO at the Law Offices of Arlene D. Kock,
APLC in San Ramon, C...
VISITATION
 - Plan meaningful things to do during the visit.
Meaningful does not have to be expensive; it just
means that...
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How to Maximize Visitation With Your Children

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Attorney Arlene Kock currently serves as the CEO at the Law Offices of Arlene D. Kock, APLC in San Ramon, California. The law firm practice focus is on all aspects of family law, including child custody, child support, and visitation.

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How to Maximize Visitation With Your Children

  1. 1. HOW TO MAXIMIZE VISITATION WITH YOUR CHILDREN Arlene Kock
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION  Attorney Arlene Kock currently serves as the CEO at the Law Offices of Arlene D. Kock, APLC in San Ramon, California. The law firm practice focus is on all aspects of family law, including child custody, child support, and visitation. Many divorced or separated parents want to make the most out of the time they have with their children. If you are starting the visitation process with your child, there are three general guidelines you should follow to ensure that both you and your child enjoy your time together:
  3. 3. VISITATION  - Plan meaningful things to do during the visit. Meaningful does not have to be expensive; it just means that you put thought into the activity. Consider what your child enjoys or figure out an activity or hobby that you could do together. - Do not ask your child questions about your ex. Steer the conversation away from any delicate or private things your child may bring up about the other parent. - Make sure that you follow through and lead a good example for your child. Do not cancel your plans, and do not argue with the other parent in front of your child.

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