Parents who are in the midst of a child custody battle often find themselves having to make very difficult decisions. These decisions can run the gamut from having to decide which holidays they won't be with their child to having to figure out who is going to decide on important health care decisions.
We understand that you might be concerned about what is going to happen with your child as a result of the custody agreement. We are here to help you understand the options that you have.
In many cases, a child's parents are able to work together through mediation to decide how the child custody is going to work. If you and your ex are able to do this, you might find that the end result is something that you can live with.
When you and your ex put your differences aside for this process, you are actually starting the agreement off on the right foot. You are showing your child that working together civilly is possible. We know that it isn't easy for you to do, but we will be by your side throughout the process to help you ensure your points are made.
If you have to turn to the court to make decisions about child custody, we can help you to determine how to present your side of the case. This is important because you will need to show why your way is the best way for your child to a person who doesn't have an intimate knowledge of your child. We can assist you in determining the manner in which you can do this.