Child custody cases usually have very sensitive elements to them. These cases must always place the child as the priority, which is what parents usually want. Still, each parent likely has a different idea of what is best for the child. In these cases, we must come to an agreement about child custody so that you and your ex can move on with life and trying to make sure your child has a good childhood.
Just because you and your child’s other parent aren’t in a relationship any longer doesn’t mean that you can just ignore each other. Instead, you have a lifetime of working together ahead of you so that your child can thrive. Generally, you and your ex would both be the child’s guardians. This means that you will have to decide on various points about the child’s upbringing.
When you create a child custody agreement, you are making the backbone of your relationship with your child. You have to agree upon who will make the decisions about your child’s cultural upbringing, health care, and education. You also have to decide where the child will spend each holiday and where the child will live.
One of the most important things that you must remember when you are trying to work through matters relating to the custody of your child is that you have to be willing to compromise on some points. When you are preparing to start working on the custody arrangements, you should make a list of what points you will remain steadfast on and which ones you will negotiate.
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