Parenting Plans and Child Custody
Creating Parenting Plans that Work – You Will Always be a Family even if You Live in Separate Houses
When a couple decides to separate or divorce, child custody and parenting time with their children are typically the most contentious, and burdensome litigation in family court. Not to mention the expense of a child custody attorney. These proceedings can be psychologically damaging to children and emotionally draining for parents. Parents can become resentful and bitter for real or perceived wrongs and lose sight of how this affects their children.
When parents consider “custody,” they will need to decide how the day-to-day care and supervision of their children will be provided and by whom. This is commonly known as physical custody. They will also need to decide how major decisions that impact their children’s health, education and spiritual training will be made. This is legal custody decision making. In the traditional court system, these important and potentially life changing decisions for you and your children rest with a judge; a stranger who knows very little about your family.
Caring, loving parents know their children best and should be making these critical decisions together with a view about what is best for their children.
If you want to shield your children from the emotional trauma of the courtroom, are committed to making your children a priority, desire a cooperative partnership with the other parent in caring for your children, I can help!
If you are interested in a consultation to discuss the options available to resolve your custody issues, please contact me and I can help you investigate your options. Call me at 215-470-3121 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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If you are interested in a consultation to discuss the options available to resolve your divorce, custody issues, support, or equitable distribution issues, please contact me and I can help you investigate your options. Call me, Lenore M.J. Myers, at 215-470-3121 or email me at email@example.com.