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Reviewing factors that can influence a custody case

| Jun 29, 2018 | Child Custody & Support |

When it comes to family law matters, emotions can run high and both parties may be under an incredible amount of pressure. From the financial side of family law issues to those which involve children, it is essential to work through these cases properly and this is especially true when it comes to child custody. There are all sorts of factors that can have an impact on a child custody case and it is essential for you to understand some of the things that courts go over and work to secure a future for your child that serves his or her best interests.

For starters, if a child prefers one parent over the other or has a better relationship with one of their parents, this may affect the outcome of the case. Other factors include the work obligations of each parent, their personal preferences as well as their physical and mental health.

While these are some common factors that can affect a custody case, there are other considerations that may apply to some cases, such as domestic violence, drug charges and drunk driving. If you are falsely accused of domestic violence or your child’s other parent has carried out an act of family violence, it is important to understand how this could affect the case. The same is true for charges related to drugs, drunk driving and other types of reckless behavior.

Child custody cases can be incredibly overwhelming, but it is crucial for parents to work through such an important case appropriately.