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Settling child custody issues can be peaceful and swift

On Behalf of | Aug 8, 2018 | Child Custody

Parents residing in New York may feel a sense of dread when they hear the words “child custody.” On some occasions, attempting to get a child custody order put into place by the court can be a trying time for all involved. Parents in the midst of divorce proceedings may have an especially difficult time reaching an amicable agreement, since they are already dealing with a myriad of issues surrounding the end of their marriage. 

Parents should be aware that, even when they do not see eye to eye, with proper legal guidance, a custody issue can be settled between both parties without exposing the children to a stressful legal battle. Recently, Donald Trump Jr. and his estranged wife Vanessa have proved that, though a marriage partnership is coming to a close, a new co-parenting partnership can begin peacefully. 

Parents are given the opportunity to come to a child custody agreement on their own, often with the help of their legal representatives. If both parties can peacefully agree on the future arrangements for any mutual children, the children are spared the often frightening experience of knowing their parents, whom they love, are fighting over them. When parties can agree to their own terms, a court can sign off on the agreement without any fuss, preventing future disputes or confusion. 

If New York parents are interested in reaching a child custody agreement without a lengthy court process, it can be helpful for each parent to contact an understanding attorney. An attorney may be able to guide parents toward reaching a peaceful solution that results in a best-case scenario for a child. Divorce can be stressful, and even more so when children are involved, but most parents dealing with the end of their marriage would probably prefer to make the process as peaceful as possible for the sake of their children. 


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