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Child custody battles are all too common

If you go through a divorce, if you have at least one child with your former spouse, you know that questions of child custody could move to the forefront. In a perfect world, you and the other parent will be able to work out a child custody and parenting agreement that suits everyone involved. Most importantly, this should work in the favor of your child, as you don't want to put him or her through additional stress.

Unfortunately, things don't always work out this way. There could come a time when you find yourself locking horns with your former spouse, as both of you have different ideas regarding child custody.

In this case, you have to take your battle to court. That is where a judge will decide what to do next. Of course, this person will always make decisions that are in the best interest of the child.

There are many situations that lead to a child custody battle, such as if one parent does not feel that he or she is receiving enough parental time.

If you have any questions regarding child custody, if you are facing a battle with a former spouse, don't hesitate to reach out via phone or online. We know that you are going through a difficult time. We also know that you want to do what is best for your child.

We encourage you to schedule a consultation, as this is the best way for us to learn more about your situation and what you are hoping to accomplish in the months to come.

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