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Child custody-related matters usually follow one of two paths. You either have two parents who cannot seem to come to an agreement on how they want to split up their time with their kids, or parents who simply want to create a parental plan that specifically highlights how their time is going to be divided with their children. Of course, the second path is ideal for all parents but not all couples are able to work through their disagreements. Some child custody matters are easier to get through than others but one thing is for sure and that is a Rhode Island child custody attorney can be rather beneficial to any family dealing with this issue.
As a parent, you know what is best for your children. You want to spend an adequate amount of time with them to assure they receive what is it they require to become a well-rounded individual and maintain their health and wellness. To ensure your case is presented well, let one of our child custody lawyers in Rhode Island represent you and help prove you deserve to have the amount of custody you are requesting.
Our child custody lawyers in Rhode Island may be able to provide you with some advice and guidance on how the two of you can come to some agreement in how you want to make decisions regarding your child. The Family Court in Rhode Island also offers a free court-based mediation program that can assist you as well.
If you and your ex-spouse are looking to obtain joint custody of your children or child, that means you will share the responsibility of making decisions regarding their health, education, and overall wellbeing. Some things that will be discussed during a mediation session when using the Family Court of Rhode Island include:
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Child custody matters don’t necessarily have to be stressful and overwhelming. With the legal expertise our Rhode Island child custody attorneys bring to the table, you and your ex-spouse could be well on your way to agreeing upon how you want your time to be divided between your children and getting the matter settled.
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