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Set suitable precedent in child custody cases

For parents who are getting divorced, having to make decisions for the children is often challenging. You have to think about what is best for the kids, which can be difficult when you are dealing with raw emotions that come with the end of the marriage. We realize that you might have some concerns about your future, and we are here to help you learn about all possible options.

Custody orders and your ex's addiction

The primary duty of parents is to provide a safe and healthy environment in which their children can grow and thrive. In fact, this may have been the driving force behind the custody decisions the court made in your divorce. You may have had the grueling job of proving you are fit to parent or the even more distasteful work of demonstrating the unfitness of your former spouse.

Address the emotional turmoil that comes with divorce

You might be surprised by the number of emotions that you feel when you are going through a divorce. This is especially true if you had no idea that your marriage was headed in that direction. Trying to cope with the emotional turmoil you face is likely going to be an ongoing battle because those emotions will come and go often. It will feel like a rollercoaster.

Domestic violence can lead to serious life impacts

The intersection of domestic violence and family law is a difficult place for anyone to be. The problem that they face is that the criminal matter can have a direct impact on their family life. This is a challenge that can be hard to cope with because it can mean having to stay away from their children. It is imperative that anyone who is facing this type of accusation know what they are facing.

Parenting plans can include various points

When you think of child custody, you might think of the transfer of the children between parents. There is so much more to these arrangements that you should think about if you are facing a divorce that involves children. The more detailed these orders, the better your children might fare because they will be able to count on consistency.

What now? Your teen wants to move in with your ex

Your child means everything to you, and you cannot begin to count the sacrifices you have willingly made for him or her. If your child was young when you and your spouse divorced, you may have gone through a difficult period of adjustment. If you were fortunate, those challenges passed. On the other hand, you may still struggle to connect with your child.

If you need help, contact us as soon as possible.

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