Child custody matters must take your child’s needs into account

by | Apr 25, 2017 | Child Custody, Firm News |

We recently discussed what happens with child custody matters when you and your have an adopted child. If you recall, the fact that the child was adopted doesn’t change anything at all in the child custody process. You and your ex still have to go through everything just the same as you would for any other child.

We know that you might have some questions about what will come into the picture for a child custody case. We can help you to learn about what factors might impact your case so that you are prepared for the occurrences.

There are many factors that you have to consider in any child custody case. The first thing is whether you and your ex can work together to come up with the agreement or if you will need the court to make all the decisions.

Some of the other decisions you have to make include who the child will live with and when the other parent will have the child. You need to make decisions about the child’s upbringing, such as whether the child will attend church or not, as you make the custody decisions. Decisions about schooling and health care will also need to be made.

We know that you might not be sure what options you have for these custody issues. We can help you think about ways that you might not have thought about that might help your child learn to live with divorced parents. This isn’t going to be an easy journey, but you should always keep your child’s best interests at the heart of the matter.


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