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Some common types of child custody disputes

| Dec 9, 2019 | child custody

When going through a divorce or separation, one of the most difficult parts is accepting that your children will never again have parents who are together. While you may feel guilt or anger when thinking about this, it is important that you come to a place of acceptance. From there, you will be able to move forward in a positive way and do what is truly best for your children.

When putting a child custody arrangement in place for your children, you may not agree with everything your ex wants. This is a common scenario, but you should work hard to reach an agreement so that your children are not negatively affected. The following are some common custody disputes that you should try to resolve efficiently.

Agreeing on a schedule

It is likely that both you and your ex both have busy working schedules, but you will both want to spend as much quality time as possible with your children. Your ex may be determined to gain full custody of your children, or want to avoid taking care of them on weekdays.

Agreeing on how to raise your children

It is vital that you also draft a parenting plan so that you are clear on how you both intend to raise your children. For example, you should both agree on curfews and how the children should be disciplined. You may also want to establish nutrition plans so that your children have a stable lifestyle.

Co-parenting with an ex is always going to be a challenge. If you are finding communication especially difficult, you may want to explore how the child custody courts could help you get your desired outcome.