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Child custody and financial instability

When it comes to child custody decisions, there are a plethora of factors that courts will review. For example, the court may consider a child's relationship with each parent and other factors that will be used to determine which outcome would serve the best interests of a child. However, there are other factors that could have an impact on a custody ruling, such as a parent's financial circumstances. For parents, divorce can bring many changes in life and even problems, in some instances, but it is essential to be prepared for custody hearings and other critical issues.

Parenting plans for unmarried ex-couples

If you and your ex-partner were never married or in a domestic partnership together, and you share a child, creating a parenting plan may feel a bit more complicated. Initiating a plan looks a bit different than if you were married, but your parental rights can be just as protected.

Things to consider about custody when relocating after divorce

Whether your divorce is final or you are in the middle of your divorce proceedings, deciding to relocate can have a strong impact on your custodial agreement. Especially if you are the custodial parent, there may be certain hurdles that you will have to overcome. Here are a few things to consider before proceeding with your relocation case.