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Always put your child first in custody matters

All decisions that have to be made in a child custody case are important. These decisions will impact your children’s lives from now until the day they become adults. This is the reason why every decision you make must be carefully considered. We can help you to determine what you need to think about as you consider each choice you have.

In our previous blog post, we discussed some points about child custody during the holidays. If you are working on a child custody agreement right now, this is something for you to make sure you include. The child custody agreement should include information about where the child will spend each vacation. Doing this now can help to save you some headaches in the future since the plan is clearly spelled out.

We know that you might have other points that you want addressed in the agreement. We are here to help you as you work on negotiations for those points. You don’t want to simply give up when your ex presents an agreement that is different from your own. Instead, you should probably consider the deal your ex is offering.

While you are trying to make these crucial decisions, you have to understand that you and your ex really don’t matter in these cases. Only your child and his or her best interests matter in these cases. Giving your child a loving and stable home filled with laughter and fun is vitally important. Try to use your child custody agreement to make sure that happens in your new family.


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