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Making a worthwhile effort at getting sole custody of your child

On Behalf of | Aug 9, 2019 | Divorce, Family Law |

Perhaps one of the most concerning parts of getting divorced from your spouse in Florida is not knowing what is going to happen to the children both of you have shared. While it is not unheard of for divorcing parents to negotiate an amicable custody agreement, most of the time, you will need to settle your disagreements with the help of legal intervention. At Treasure Coast Legal, we are experienced in helping parents to work toward getting custody of their children.

Whether you are seeking full custody or even partial custody of your child, you will undoubtedly want to make every effort to support your intentions. Because your children are important to you, it is imperative that a decision be made in a timely manner to allow them to begin healing and coming to terms with the change in their parents’ relationship. One thing you can do to prepare is to think about a custody arrangement that would be mutually beneficial for yourself and your children. Once you have identified one, acknowledge that you can try to get what you desire, but that flexibility and patience will be required and you may still not get everything you had hoped for.

According to verywellfamily.com, be thorough in filling out the applicable forms and timely in turning them into the appropriate persons. Be thoughtful about how you phrase your requests and how you explain why the arrangement you are proposing would be advantageous for your children. Attend all related court hearings and be polite and patient in your responses. Regardless of the judge’s decision, practice respect and try to remember that your children need their other parent too.

Understanding how to support your effort to getting awarded custody can help you to face the process with more confidence. For more information about arranging child custody, visit our web page.