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Know the points to include in your child custody case

| Mar 3, 2017 | child custody |

Child custody cases are close to a parent’s heart. Your heart wants you to be around your child all the time. This might not be what is best for your child. More than likely, your child needs time to spend with his or her other parent. This is why the child custody case is so important. It gives parents a chance to come up with an agreement that governs what happens with their child.

We know that you want everything to go your way in the child custody case. This is understandable, but it isn’t likely since you and your child’s other parent will need to come to an agreement. Of course, you can pick and choose your battles if you are going through mediation.

It is imperative for you to think carefully about each point that is raised in a custody mediation session. Each point that is brought up is one that can have a huge impact on your child’s life. We know that you are concerned with everything that has to do with your child’s life.

You and your ex can work together to come to an agreement about what is going to happen. This can include visitation schedules, decision making powers and a variety of other points. You and your ex need to think about what your child needs. All of these points should be included in the order. This is one reason why child custody cases vary greatly — they must take the needs of the child into consideration. This means that if you have more than one child, you might need a different agreement for each child.