Remaining a part of your child's life is the main priority for many parents who have been thrust into a child custody case. For many parents, this case comes because of a divorce. You might be used to seeing your child on a daily basis. While that might not be possible if you and your child's other parent aren't living together or in a relationship, you can try to work out a child custody agreement that allows you to spend as much time with your child as possible.
We understand that every child custody case is unique. Your child's abilities, needs, and activities all have to be considered. If your child is involved in school, church, or community activities, you might need your child custody agreement to order that you are made aware of when these activities occur so that you can attend them. We know that you might be devastated if you have to miss your child's football game or dance recital because you weren't told when it was scheduled.
There are many other aspects of a child custody case that you have to consider. Ultimately, you have to think about how the agreement will affect your child. In almost all cases, your child will thrive the most if you and your ex can work together to raise the child.
Having a child custody order that lays out a schedule and heads off potential problems before they occur is one thing that you can do to give your child the stability he or she needs. This order can also help to reduce your stress since you will know what to expect. We can help you to work out a custody agreement that works for you and your child.