When it comes to child custody and parental visitation rights, in almost every case, it’s in your best interests as a parent to avoid letting the courts make a decision on those issues. Whenever possible, you and your child’s other parent should try and work out a custody and visitation agreement outside of court. How do you do that? There are two ways you and your ex can … [Read more...] about How To Negotiate Custody & Visitation Outside Of Court
When parents get divorced, deciding on child custody and parenting responsibilities can be a tremendous challenge. Sometimes an agreement is reached during mediation, other times it requires the court to step in and make decisions on the parents behalf. When the court does step in, the most common method it uses is to require a child custody evaluation. This happens when a … [Read more...] about What Is A Child Custody Evaluation?