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Come up with a custody plan with these tips

There has likely never been a time when a divorcing couple has looked at each other and thought that coming up with a custody plan was easy. There are many things to consider, such as their personal responsibilities, their child's engagements, school districts and other factors.

Understand custody and fight for your share

As a parent who is going through divorce, you may not be sure how to handle the custody of your child. The good thing to remember is that most courts encourage parents to share time with their children and to make sure their children have both parents in their lives at least some of the time.

You can resolve your custody dispute using mediation

When you're divorcing, deciding who should have custody of your children and when can be hard. As divorcing parents, you may already have conflicts that you're dealing with, and adding your children to that mix makes things so much harder.

Get help with your custody case in Texas

No one wants to think about custody arrangements when they're considering divorce. Custody plans almost always result in both parents seeing their children less often, since they have to divide their time between their parents' homes. Additionally, both parents are likely to need to work, so they're going to have less time for their children.

Enforcing visitation: Time to turn to the court

The truth about some relationships is that they're simply toxic. Many people divorce when that's the case, but if they have children, they could struggle with problems down the line. For some, that trouble appears in the form of one parent trying to block the other from seeing their children.

Is sole custody right for you?

Sole custody might seem like a good idea if you're hoping to make all the major decisions for your child, and it can even seem like a good way to show that you're "right" compared to your spouse when considering all aspects of your divorce.

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