One of the more challenging aspects of any divorce is child custody. Both parents want what is best for their children and oftentimes this means they cannot agree. In many cases, the courts will require parents with children to attempt to resolve these differences through mediation. When no agreement can be reached, the parents must abide by a decision made by the courts.
We will be fully prepared to argue why it is in the best interests of your children to remain with you after a divorce or in a custody proceeding for unmarried couples. We can demonstrate the child’s connections to their school and community as well as their siblings and show why uprooting them would be a bad idea.
At Huggins Law Firm, we understand your children need to have a loving relationship with both parents but we also understand how important stability is to children, particularly during a divorce. We are here to help you present a case for what living arrangement is in the best interests of your children.