Is your custody case taking a turn for the worst? Are you in fear that you may lose your children to your spouse?
Divorces are tough enough. But, when there are children involved, it brings a completely new dynamic into the situation. With the severity of a child custody case, it is important to consult with a child custody lawyer. A lawyer that deals with child custody cases in conjunction with divorces knows exactly how to be both sensitive and cunning as child custody cases can get very ugly.
Your divorce agreement will determine where and with whom your children will primarily live. This is an important decision that should involve the strongest of child custody attorneys because a court’s decision is legally binding. In addition, the parent whom the children will primarily live with will have the legal right to make decisions on a variety of issues and topics, including the child’s lifestyle, education, living arrangements, and discipline style. While some parents can agree to joint custody, they must remember that children need stability and passing them from home to home might not be in their best interest, especially in the long run.
If you and your spouse cannot come to a custody agreement, it is ever more important that you have a child custody lawyer by your side to fight on your behalf. If you feel that you are a more stable, fit custodial parent than your spouse as well as that it is in your children’s best interest to live with you, then a child custody lawyer is imperative. A child custody lawyer is an expert in the deciding factors that the courts review when evaluating which parent to grant primary custody.
A child custody lawyer understands that to present a strong case for why you should be granted primary custody, you have to prove that you have your children’s best interest in mind. To do this, you must show the most promising attributes.
You must exhibit that you are involved in your children’s education. Custody battles can get extremely emotional. Your spouse might even have your children’s teachers, sports team coaches, or friend’s parents write letters of support, stating why they should get custody of your children.
You must prove that your children will grow up in a balanced and healthy home. The judge in a child custody case will not take your word that your children will “live a good life” after your divorce. It helps to show that with you as the custodial parent, your children not only come home to nutritious meals and a clean house with positive reinforcement, but also that you will be involved in their extracurricular activities as well as enable your children to visit their other parent, if they choose to do so.
Most importantly, you must watch your own actions. In a custody battle, everything you do or say, will be used against you. A bad temper or short fuse could mean the difference between you gaining or losing the custody of your children to your spouse.
Here, A.A. Castro Complex Litigation, Appeals & Negotiation, PLLC knows how sensitive, emotional, and difficult child custody cases can be during the divorce process. Managing Attorney Angel A. Castro, III, Esq. will do everything in his power to fight for you so that you and your children can be a family together.
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