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Flexible child custody agreements can impact your ability to plan

As we discussed recently, you need to take the time to review your holiday child custody plans now. Not all parents who have a child custody agreement will find the schedule for the holidays in that order. Some parents have a more flexible agreement that enables them to take the events of the holiday season into account when deciding when the children will spend time with each parent.

Special considerations for infant child custody cases

Child custody cases that involve infants pose some unique challenges when trying to determine when the baby will spend time with each parent. The answers aren't always easy to find, but the parents must think carefully about the baby as they try to decide what they are going to do.

Courts consider several points to determine the primary caretaker

The primary caretaker of a child is one factor that comes into the picture when you are in the midst of a child custody battle. The court will consider this as one of the factors when it is deciding where the child is going to live.

Make decisions now to outline responsibilities later

Child custody cases can result in various resolutions. The important thing in these cases is that you take your child's needs into consideration so that you can do what is best for the children. You should try to get things resolved as quickly as you can so that you and your children can begin to work on finding a new normal life.

Creative child custody solutions might help in your case

As we discussed last week, child custody cases often have very specific considerations that must be addressed. Summer vacation and holidays are some of the points that you have to think about when you are going through a child custody case. Your child's future is at stake when you are making the arrangements for the child custody order.

Advantages and disadvantages of joint custody

Join custody is the form of custody where the two parents, despite being separated, share the responsibilities of the child. The parents occupy different premises but still decide issues regarding the child, together. Join custody comes in various arrangements. These arrangements are pre-planned and need to be presented in front of the court so that they can be certified and officiated. This means that the court now requires the couple to follow the terms of the arrangement.

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