How to Deal with Child Custody Disputes
Even if divorce is ultimately the best course of action for you and your former spouse, having to deal with child custody disputes can be overwhelming. In many cases, noncustodial parents may only see their children once a week or even not at all.
It is important to make sure that you have an experienced attorney on your side to help make sure that your interests are properly represented in any custody dispute. For more information about your case and how an experienced attorney can help you, contact the Denton child custody lawyers of Alexander & Associates today at 972-420-6560 and schedule a free consultation.
Rationally Responding to Custody Disputes
There are a number of child custody arrangements that determine when and where you get to see your children. In some cases, your former spouse may have to consult with you about major life decisions and in other cases you may only get to see your children every other weekend. If you are having troubles enforcing child custody agreements, it is important that you act rationally. Some things to remember include the following:
- Stay as calm as possible – This can be a very emotional issue so make sure you do get angry and yell or threaten your ex-spouse, especially when you are in court.
- Make sure to pay your child support payments – Even if your former spouse is violating custody agreements, keep paying your child support to show that you are dedicated to supporting your children.
- Do not confront your spouse on your own – Do not confront your ex-spouse privately. Instead, treat it as having them held in contempt of court.
For more information about how an attorney may be able to help you handle a contentious custody dispute, contact the Denton child custody lawyers of Alexander & Associates today at 972-420-6560.
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