Child’s custody preferences
If you are in the midst of a divorce or custody case, the court may have already issued a temporary custody order. Temporary custody orders are intended to keep the life of the child stable while the court takes the time to come to a permanent custody decision. Most temporary custody orders aim to prevent moving the children back and forth between households. But can a temporary order be changed/ What if the temporary custody orders are the cause of stress or strife in the life of the child? What if something significant has happened in the life of the…
When a parent couple decides to get divorced, one of the biggest worries is around child custody. In the event that they fail to arrive at a mutual agreement on their own, the court will have to intervene in the matter and the judge would take a decision on initial custody. This implies that at least in the beginning, the court will decide where the child lives and the division of visitation and custody between the two partners. The U.S. court system is often faced with the challenge of protecting the best interests of a child in high-conflict custody cases….