Child custody procedures vs the best interests of the child

Is a bitter child custody procedure really in the best interests of the child?

Studies show that it is not always easy growing up split between two households.  The court always tries to grant a custody arrangement that is in the best interests of the child.  However, today, family relationships can be so complicated that it’s hard to determine what the best interests of the child actually are.

When a court orders a child custody arrangement, it remains in effect until if and until significant change occurs and one of the parents requests a modification.  Seeking modifications can be expensive and challenging, especially if one parent lives in another city or state.

If you have any questions regarding child custody and what is best for your child, contact an experienced Orange County Family Law attorney who will provide the help you need to guide you through this process while protecting your welfare, safety and financial future.