Friday, August 3, 2012

What's in Your Child's Best Interest -- Custody and Visitation

In custody and visitation disputes, the best interests of the child or children involved is the key question. Parents want what's best for their children, even if they have difficulty figuring out what that is. During a divorce or other custody dispute, it's an emotional and difficult time for everyone involved.
It can be hard for one or both parties to make judgments objectively, or agree on anything.

As lawyers, we sometimes get paid for doing good, and helping families do what's best for their children is one of those times. I commend the parents who are doing their best to be objective, work with the other parent, foster healthy relationships for their kids, and promote the children's education, morals, happiness, and overall well-being.