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What custody evaluators may look for

If you are embroiled in a custody dispute with your soon-to-be ex-spouse or your ex-girlfriend or boyfriend, it could arguably be the most emotionally stressful experience of your life. Simply put, custody disputes are not fun, and the stress that parents (and kids) experience is why there are many options to use alternative dispute resolution methods such as mediation and early neutral evaluations.

Co-Parenting pt. 1

When a relationship involving children ends (by divorce, separation, whether with or without marriage), co-parenting becomes an issue.

What is your vision of your child custody arrangement?

What is your vision of your child custody arrangement?Kids are part of many people's family dreams. Saying "I do" often is a first step toward the growing of a family. When a marriage doesn't work out for one or both spouses, the sadness of that reality is commonly most linked to the children that the union produced.Family law attorneys understand the sincere emotion behind the common, important phrase parents say: "We just want the kids to be okay." Divorce is a major change for the children involved, but family courts in California prioritize the protection of kids' best interests in all cases.

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