Our last Divorce blog post covered what Family Law Matters are. Click the link right here to read that blog post. Today we will go over what Custody is.
Custody is one of the more sort of well-known concepts in Divorce & Family Law. It’s related to the children of the marriage. Custody decides who any child stays with and also who makes decisions on their behalf. It is a very important part of Divorce, and a large portion of the process may be dedicated to Custody. Custody is something that may be agreed upon by both spouses (prior to or during the Divorce). Or it could be something the Court will help a couple figure out (an arrangement or agreement that both spouses are amenable to) if a spousal agreement cannot be reached.
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