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Individual circumstances matter in child custody cases

Nothing beats spending time with your children. When you are divorced, you likely don’t get to do this as much as you want to. Unfortunately, you and your ex will have to split the time with the children. It is imperative that you take the time to focus on getting a child custody order that enables you to do this in a meaningful way. We are here to help you make this happen.

Child custody matters are fickle. What works for one family isn’t going to work for another one. This is why you have to consider everything as it pertains to your situation. Instead of focusing on what worked for a friend, take an honest look at how it might work for your situation.

When you are evaluating the matters, you can’t look at how the solutions might impact your ex. Instead, keep the focus on the children. Doing this can take the stress out of the entire issue since both parents have the same goal in mind.

We can help you ensure that your rights are being protected as you go through the child custody battle. If you are going through mediation, we can help you to look at the issues individually to determine what might be possible. This gives you a chance to determine where you are going to focus your efforts.

One important thing to remember is that you need to have your parenting time set so that you know you will get to see your children. If there will be considerable time between visits, such as if you live away from your child, make sure that there are communication options made clear in the agreement.

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