Put your child first during the custody battle

Child custody issues are a hot topic around the holidays. In some cases, absent parents seem to reappear when the holiday season comes around. If you are in a situation that requires you to head to court for a child custody matter, we can help you to learn about what options you have.

We know that you probably don’t want to have to drag your child’s life through the court system. The thought of having a complete stranger decide what is going to happen with your child might make you sick to your stomach.

There is an option that you can exercise to help ensure that your child’s interests are kept at the heart of the case — you can try to work out a deal with your ex. We understand that you might be wary of that option. That is completely understandable.

Child custody mediation isn’t always an easy journey. We are here to help you put your child first so that you can try to make sure that his or her life isn’t placed into a complete upheaval. While you might have to make some concessions during the mediation process, your child’s happiness shouldn’t be one of those.

No matter where you are in the child custody battle, we can help you learn about your options. If your case is inevitably headed to court, we can help you to prepare your case so that you can show the court what you think is best for your child. If you are willing to mediate, we can stand by your side throughout the negotiations.

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