We recently discussed how co-parenting is something that is often possible when parents go through a divorce. This is one type of child custody arrangement that is suitable for some people; however, this isn't the only option that there is. Other arrangements include sole custody and joint custody.
We know that you only want what is best for your child. As you consider these options, you have to make sure that you aren't leaning toward the arrangement that is the easiest for you. Instead, think about what will benefit your child.
Each child custody case has unique elements. We work with you to determine what points must be addressed in your case. From there, we can work to come up with something that works for your child.
There are some child custody cases that are more difficult to deal with. Having a parent who doesn't live near the child, having a parent in the military or having a parent who was abusive are all factors that can impact child custody cases. We will help you to find ways to address the issues that come with each of the situations that apply to your case.
You have to remember that a child custody order stipulates what is best for your child right now. As your child gets older, those needs might change. Seeking out a child custody modification order might be necessary if the situation warrants a modification. You should understand how to seek out the modification and what options you have regarding the changes you need made to the child custody order.