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ISBN:1598695878
Author: J.D. Brette McWhorter Sember
ISBN13: 978-1598695878
Title: Unmarried with Children: The Complete Guide for Unmarried Families
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Language: English
Category: Parenting
Publisher: Adams Media; 1 edition (August 1, 2008)
Pages: 208

Unmarried with Children: The Complete Guide for Unmarried Families by J.D. Brette McWhorter Sember



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Brette McWhorter Sember. Unmarried with Children: The Complete Guide for Unmarried Families Brette McWhorter Sember "As unmarried parents, you face many unique legal, financial, and child-rearing challenges that married couples do not. How do I explain this situation to my child? Can I leave the paternity or maternity section blank on a birth certificate? How much do I need to tell my child's teacher? Award-winning author and attorney Brette McWhorter Sember provides real-life scenarios and resources to help guide you through the myriad issues that face unmarried singles and couples.

rightsUnmarried with Children has answers to all your questions that have gone unanswered-until now. Brette McWhorter Sember, . is an award-winning author, mother of two, former attorney, and freelancer whose writing career began eight years ago when she left her law practice to stay home after the birth of her second child. The recipient of the Mothers at Home 1999 Media Award, she has written more than twenty books, including The Everything Pregnancy over 35 Book, How to Parent with Your Ex, and Gay and Lesbian.

by Sember, Brette McWhorter, 1968-. Publication date 2008. Making decisions that fit your life - The legal rights of unmarried mothers - The legal rights of unmarried fathers - The legal rights of gay and lesbian parents - The rights of children of unmarried parents - Adoption by unmarried parents - Assisted conception and unmarried parents - Parents and partners: parenting as an unmarried couple - Parents but not partners: parenting as an unmarried non-romantic couple - Solo parenting: parenting as an unmarried single - Unmarried stepparents - Dealing with other people - Planning for the future - Ending your unmarried relationship.

Unmarried with Children has answers to all your questions that have gone unanswered-until now. The recipient of the Mothers at Home 1999 Media Award, she has written more than twenty books, including The Everything Pregnancy over 35 Book, How to Parent with Your Ex, and Gay and Lesbian Parenting Choices

Brette McWhorter Sember, . The recipient of the Mothers at Home 1999 Media Award, she has written more than twenty books, including The Everything Pregnancy over 35 Book, How to Parent with Your Ex, and Gay and Lesbian Parenting Choices

Unmarried with Children. The Complete Guide for Unmarried Families. Unmarried with Children has answers to all your questions that have gone unanswered-until now. The recipient of the Mothers at Home 1999 Media Award, she has written more than twenty books, including The Everything Pregnancy over 35 Book, How to Parent with Your Ex, and Gay and Lesbian Parenting Choices

Award-winning author and attorney Brette McWhorter Sember provides real-life scenarios and resources to help guide you through the myriad issues that face unmarried singles and couples today.

Offers legal and practical advice to parents who are raising children outside of traditional marriage, either as singles or as couples, discussing rights related to birth certificates, naming the child, paternity, custody, child support, and other issues, and including tips for single parents on how to talk to their children about the situation.

As unmarried parents, you face many unique legal, financial, and child-rearing challenges that married couples do not. How do I explain this situation to my child? Can I leave the paternity or maternity section blank on a birth certificate? How much do I need to tell my child's teacher? Award-winning author and attorney Brette McWhorter Sember provides real-life scenarios and resources to help guide you through the myriad issues that face unmarried singles and couples today. This first-of-its-kind parenting manual covers these and other important topics, including:Custody concernsPaternity issuesAdoption lawsChildren's rightsUnmarried with Children has answers to all your questions that have gone unanswered-until now. Brette McWhorter Sember, J.D. is an award-winning author, mother of two, former attorney, and freelancer whose writing career began eight years ago when she left her law practice to stay home after the birth of her second child. The recipient of the Mothers at Home 1999 Media Award, she has written more than twenty books, including The Everything Pregnancy over 35 Book, How to Parent with Your Ex, and Gay and Lesbian Parenting Choices. Her freelance work has appeared in more than 130 publications, including American Baby, Child, ePregnancy, Writer's Digest, Personal Journaling, Divorce Magazine, Home Business Journal, Pregnancy and Conceive.Technical Reviewer:Dr. Phil S. Hall, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist and licensed school psychologist, and is the principal author of two nonfiction books on children, Educating Oppositional and Defiant Children and the upcoming Parenting Your Defiant Child. He holds a Ph.D. in psychology from the University of Montana. Dr. Hall currently specializes in working with behaviorally challenged children and adults on American Indian Reservations and for various Plains States school systems.