The main objective of custody is to determine whether one parent, or both, should have the decision-making authority for numerous issues pertaining to their children. Where the children will live (residence), who will make decisions for them (sole, joint, shared or split custody), and when will each parent be able to see them (access) are usually the most disputed areas, but the decisions to be made by the separated parents also include issues related to the children’s education, health, religion and general welfare.
No matter the issue, the legal principle that applies is that it must be determined in accordance with the best interests of your children.
We will use our experience to work with you to determine, create and advocate the best solution for your children, and ensure that these best interests are achieved.
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