Why It Is Good to Compromise During Child Custody Hearings

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Some parents who have just divorced may wish to prevent their former partners from getting involved in the lives of their children. However, it may not be wise for you to adopt such a hard-line stance during child custody hearings. This article discusses why it is good to be willing to compromise as child custody issues are being worked out in a family court. You Ease the Process of Determining a Parenting Plan

28 April 2016