Fighting for child custody

We understand how difficult it can be going to court for custody of children, mostly because it’s a painful process for both the parents and kids. Financial strains are a factor, not to mention the emotional toll the divorce process takes on parents.

Meanwhile, children may struggle when faced with the fact that their parents won’t be living in the same home together anymore. Breaking up the family unit is hard enough, but matters can become further complicated when parents can’t agree on child custody arrangements.

Should you or a loved one ever find themselves in such a situation, we’ve found some tips on what to expect during a custody battle that may prove helpful. Find out how courts decide child custody arrangements, preparing for the case, and being mindful of the best interests of the child or children. Read more >>

Written by

The law office of Joseph Cerino handles all matters of litigation, concentrating in family law including divorce, custody, child support, paternity, alimony, property division and domestic violence, as well as, criminal defense and appeals in Southwest Florida.

Comments are closed.