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Child custody cases can set the bar for parenting relationships

Working through child custody matters is a challenge, but it is possible to turn the situation into a positive situation. How you handle the situation now can set the tone for what is going to happen with child custody matters in the future. Ideally, you and your ex can work together to come up with the terms of the agreement so that you can keep up the teamwork even though you aren’t in a relationship any longer.

We know that you are likely going to have some questions and concerns about this process and the outcome. We are here to answer those questions and help you find the possible options that can solve the child custody issues.

One of the issues that can come up in many child custody cases is how the child’s medical care is going to be handled. This is important because it has to do with the child’s well-being. If possible, you and your ex should discuss the situations that might come up, such as immunizations. Coming to an agreement about this now can help you to handle the issues better down the road.

You might also want to take the time to think about education decisions and religious matters if you think that these will cause issues later. Just like coming to an agreement now about medical decisions, making these other decisions now is often the best course of action. We are happy to help you find the solutions that are in your child’s best interests so that you can get these matters handled and move on with your life.


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