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Bird nesting: A good temporary child custody arrangement

Divorce is hard enough for Riverside parents. Imagine how difficult it could be for the kids. Many parents do what they can to lessen the anxiety and other emotional fallout from the kids finding out that their parents will no longer be together. More parents are beginning to use bird nesting as a temporary child custody arrangement in order to give their children some time to adjust to their new family dynamic.

Child custody disputes require much effort and time to resolve

The end of a relationship between parents often results in disagreements over who will have custody of the children and how the children should be raised. In many situations, parents are able to arrive at a workable child custody plan before the matter goes before a family court judge. California has its own laws regarding how custody will be awarded, but the majority of courts attempt to preserve a child's relationship with both parents whenever possible.

Case illustrates difficulty of settling some child custody cases

When parents dissolve their relationships, one of the hardest decisions is deciding with whom their children should reside. Though California has laws that help guide courts in making these child custody rulings, every family is unique and requires an individual solution. Residents who are struggling to resolve these disputes can seek input from neutral third parties for assistance.

There is no perfect model when it comes to child custody plans

Back when divorces were less common, it was customary for mothers to be the primary caretakers when a marriage ended. That has been changing in recent years, as both parents and the courts are more open to child custody agreements that better meet the needs of children. Though California has its own laws concerning how custody can be decided, if parents can find a workable solution, then their children will likely benefit in the end.

Court rules father to serve time for taping child custody hearing

There are few things that can cause more bitterness and fighting than when parents are unable to resolve with whom their child should reside in the event of a divorce. The ensuing child custody battle can lead to a parent making questionable decisions during the process. The majority of court hearings in California prohibit recording by the involved parties, as it can violate wire tapping laws and privacy expectations.

Child custody hearing ends in grandmother forcibly taking child

One of the most contentious disagreements may involve deciding who will have primary care of a child after a relationship between parents comes to an end. However, the majority of child custody disputes will not end in children being taken at gunpoint. Though many California parents likely have experienced difficulties in establishing custody arrangements, they do not result to illegal measures.

Child custody: Girl safe after possible kidnapping

Having a family together is the dream of many couples. However, the happily ever after is hard to attain for many couples, and children are sometimes caught in the middle of a child custody dispute. There are countless California families who do find a way to ensure that the needs of their children are met regardless of the relationship between the parents.

Child custody dispute turns violent

The end of a relationship between parents is seldom without its difficulties and disagreements. However, in spite of hard feelings at times, the majority of parents are capable of resolving child custody disputes without either party resorting to threats or violence. When California parents find themselves at odds when trying to arrange suitable custody plans, they may wish to consult with experienced family law professionals.

How to handle child custody when a parent wants to relocate

When two parents decide to put an end to the fighting and dissolve their marriage, it may be the easiest decision in the process. Once a divorce has been initiated, the biggest issue may be child custody and where they kids will reside. California has laws regarding these matters, but parents may still need help to arrive at the best solutions. 

Child custody fight leads to injury and assault charges for 5

Parents who are no longer together can often work out a parenting plan without excessive contempt. However, there are situations when a child custody dispute can reach an impasse that seems impossible to resolve. There are likely thousands of California families who have found themselves in need of assistance in order to move forward for the sake of their children.

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