How Noncustodial Parents Can Stay Involved in Their Children’s Lives (and Possibly Build Their Case for Increased Visitation Time or a Change of Custody)

Many noncustodial parents often wonder whether they will ever be able to increase visitation time or even someday regain custody of their child. Just as people often say, “Rome wasn’t built in a day,” cases for custody and visitation modification aren’t built overnight either. Here are some general guidelines that noncustodial parents should follow to not only remain involved in their children’s lives but to also lay the stepping-stones to increase their parental time.

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Does Your Child’s Preference Matter In Your Custody Battle?

Parents involved in a custody battle often wonder how their child’s preference will impact their case. While a child’s preference can impact a court’s decision, it will vary depending on the child’s age, maturity and circumstances of each case. Read on to learn more about this important issue, and how a guardian ad litem, or an attorney for the child, can drastically affect your case.

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