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Will you address these common child custody questions?

If you are going through the divorce process and have at least one child with your soon-to-be ex-spouse, you are sure to have some questions related to child custody. The sooner you answer these questions, the easier it is to understand your situation and what's to come in the future.

Here are some of the many child custody questions that you may need to answer at some point:

  • How will the court decide who gets custody of your children?
  • What is the difference between physical and legal custody?
  • Is it possible to work out matters of child custody in mediation, as opposed to letting the court decide?
  • What does a visitation schedule look like?
  • Is it important to create a parenting agreement?
  • Will one parent be required to pay the other child support?
  • What happens if you are not satisfied with the way your child custody case turns out?

While you hope that you never have to answer these questions, if you're going through divorce, there is a good chance that each and every one will require your attention at some point.

It's never easy to go through divorce, with even more challenges moving to the forefront if you have a child with the other individual. By answering all the most important child custody questions, you'll find it much easier to understand what will come your way in the future. There are sure to be challenges that stand in your way, but you have what it takes to work through these. It all starts with knowing your legal rights and informing yourself.

Source: FindLaw, "Deciding Who Gets Custody FAQs," accessed Sep. 29, 2017

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