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Parental responsibility and decision making are independent

Child custody matters are usually very complex matters that have the life of an innocent person at the center. When you and your ex have different opinions about what is best for your child, you might have to turn the court for determinations on what will happen with the child. The points that can be addressed in a child custody case can vary greatly depending on the circumstances. We can help you to determine what aspects of child custody should be addressed by your agreement.

Do a child's wishes influence custody?

Child custody issues can be among the most difficult and divisive parts of any divorce proceeding or family law dispute. Often, this means the biological parents of a child working through the court system to determine the distribution of parental responsibilities such as where the child will live, the visitation rights of the non-custodial parent and the child's education. The wishes of the child in these instances are also important to consider.

Special factors exist for divorces involving military members

Going through a divorce is tough on anyone. For members of the country's military, a divorce is something that can be even more difficult to deal with because of the requirements of military service. When it comes to divorces that involve members of the armed forces, there are some special factors that must be considered.

Child custody conflicts don't have to be huge issues

Every parent has a certain way he or she thinks a child should be raised. Parents who are married or still in a relationship will usually work together to determine how their child should be raised. Parents who aren't in a relationship with each other aren't as likely to be able to work through child raising issues in a productive manner. That is where the child custody agreement comes into the picture.

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