CHILD CUSTODY MATTERS MUST BE INDIVIDUALIZED TO THE CHILDREN
Every child is different, so it stands to reason that there aren’t any one size fits all options for child custody cases. When you are in the midst of a child custody case, you need to think carefully about what you can do to make things easier for your child. Thinking about things from this standpoint can help you remember that the focus of the case isn’t you or your ex.
We realize that you and your ex might have very different views about what is best for your children. This is one of the things that makes child custody cases so difficult. You have to work with your ex for the good of your children. While we can’t force your ex to be cordial toward you, we can implore you to behave in a cordial manner with your ex. Not only can this help you feel less stressed throughout the process, it can also make it easier to come up with a compromise because you aren’t letting anger fuel you.
You might find that your ex does things just to anger you. This is a hard situation to have to face, but taking the time to find your peace might help you greatly. One thing that you can do is to take a step back from the situation when your ex starts getting out of hand.
Child custody cases might seem like they are all worked out and finalized, but as the child grows up, you might realize that things need to change. Modifications can help you to accomplish this. We can help you with initial custody cases or modification petitions that come later.