When my spouse and I decided to divorce, I never imagined that he would fight for full custody of my children. I assumed that we'd share custody and that the kids would live with me. It was their home, and I didn't think that they needed to leave it.
After a long custody battle, I finally have some peace of mind. My kids are safe and happy, even though they don't live with their dad. A family law attorney helped me get through that rough custody battle. Without her help, I wouldn't have my kids.
I encourage you to learn as much as you can about child custody through my blog. The information can show you how to cope with the emotional problems of divorce and the potential custody issues that follow it.
A custody evaluation process is an independent assessment of your family setup and your child's needs to determine the custody determination would suit the child best. The custody evaluation is handled by a court-appointed custody evaluator, and it involves different things such as the following five:
Interviews with the Child
There are two main reasons for interviewing the child at the center of the custody battle. First, if the child is old enough, it's useful to get their opinion on the issue. [Read More]
Auto accidents are stressful for anyone to experience, especially if they resulted in severe injuries. You shouldn't be held accountable for the resulting medical bills if you were not responsible. To get through this stressful time and get the compensation you may desperately need, consider these legal tips.
Never Admit Fault
After such a traumatic experience, you may want to share relevant details about what unfolded as a form of therapy. [Read More]