For divorcing parents, child custody is a primary focus. Parents unable to reach an agreement must present evidence to a family court judge who will determine custody. However, even if parent’s reach an agreement they are still required to submit it to a judge for review and approval.
The divorce process can be very challenging emotionally, financially and socially. If you and your spouse are parents, worry about the children’s well being is added on to the feelings you are experiencing. There are often misconceptions about divorce, mainly the matter of custody. Here are answers to the top questions divorcing parents have about child custody.