Remain Amicable during Child Custody Proceedings
Posted on Oct 26, 2011 9:00pm PDT
When it comes to
child custody cases, courts across the country work on the same principle: judges must
consider what is in the best interests of the child, even if it inconveniences
Rather than get angry with your spouse and/or judge over your child custody
settlement, you need to see past your anger to what is best for your child.
Not everyone can win in a child custody case, so it is important to try
and put your feelings aside in order to think about a happy future for
your little one. This means taking your child's best interests into
consideration over your feelings.
You may want to direct your anger at your partner by denying him/her the
right to see the children. However, courts will often see through this
ploy and it could ultimately hurt you in the end. Again, it is important
that your child's best interests come first and foremost.
If you find cannot speak calmly and rationally about your child custody
contacting Hutchinson Law today to enlist the legal help and resources of a
Jacksonville family lawyer from our law office. We can help you mediate through your child custody
issues and reach amicable resolutions.