How will we work out who gets custody of the children? Do I need a child custody lawyer?
It helps many parents to know that in dealing with arrangements for children the court’s paramount consideration is the welfare of the child.
Despite no longer being the correct legal term the phrase “getting custody” is often heard and it can be a threat or a need to feel that the child’s arrangements are settled and secure.
If you are experiencing difficulties with the arrangements for your children it is highly advisable to seek professional advice from a specialist family law practice. It may well be that matters can be addressed and resolved without the need for court intervention. Sadly in cases where they are problems and complex issues these can worsen if no help is sought.
“To Mark and all the team, thank you all for your hard work over the last three years. It is my Dad’s birthday today and I am sure he would have been pleased to know that we have done our best to carry out his last wishes. Thank you also for your patience, I have none and have found that the most difficult thing.”