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Gatekeeper parents may attempt to violate visitation rights

As many divorced parents can attest, maintaining a good relationship with your children can be challenging if you do not have physical custody. The fact is, the conditions of your child custody agreement may place limitations on how much time you can spend with your children. And of course meshing you schedule with the visitation schedule can also be very difficult.

Some custody issues can be settled through emancipation

It's not unusual for teenagers to long for freedom from adult interference. In most families all that's required is the passage of time and teens will remain in the custody of their legal guardians until reaching the legal age of adulthood. However, there are certain circumstances where it would be best for a teen to be solely accountable for his or her own care.

Deion Sanders and ex-wife once again battle for child custody

Child custody is a serious issue when two parents cannot agree on an arrangement. For months, they may go back and forth on what they think should be done or what is the best arrangement for them and the child, but in the end, they may let the courts decide for them. Some couples may think that figuring it out for themselves is the easiest thing to do, but other parents may like the possibility of the courts deciding in their favor after all the facts are examined.

A visitation attorney can help you get time with your child

Parents who are not in a relationship or married can often disagree on how to handle issues regarding their child. What one may feel is a smart, fair decision, the other may dispute. When people are angry, there is no way of knowing how they may react or what they will do in retaliation. Since parents can get emotional during a disagreement over their children, it is not uncommon for one or both to take their dispute to court.

Chris Brown wins joint custody of daughter

Child custody is not an easy issue for parents to deal with because they don't always agree on things. What one parent may feel is fair, the other may not agree with, which may lead to the courts deciding for them. While parents may depend on the courts to make a decision that is in their favor, it is something that doesn't always happen. This could leave parents angry, bitter and eager to continue to engage in a battle for custody they may lose again.

Seek joint custody of your child

People often assume that when two parents are divorcing and there's a child involved that only one parent will be awarded custody. There have been many cases in the United States where the courts have seen one parent as the better option and awarded them sole custody of the child, but joint custody is also an option. Depending on the type of relationship two parents have and how they want to raise their child, they may be able to agree that joint custody is the best option for a number of reasons.

Courts deny woman custody of child following divorce

Child custody cases can be an emotionally trying experience. Parents who have divorced may already have anger toward each other and when they need to find a custody arrangement that works for the both of them, neither party may want to cooperate, which will lead to a judge deciding for them. In any couple, same-sex or opposite-sex, when the two decide to have a child, they may be under the impression that they both had parental rights, but in some cases this is inaccurate.

Seeking sole custody of your children

When parents have children, one of their main priorities is to keep them safe and properly care for them. This is why when parents seek to obtain custody of their children, courts decide to examine a parent's ability to do these things before they award custody. Parents often go back and forth on who the children should live with or who should receive sole custody or visitation, but depending on the situation one parent may be seen as the better fit.

Kelly Rutherford fails to return her children to their father

Child custody is something that parents may not always agree on. With this being the case, it is not uncommon for both parents to engage in heated disputes over who will get custody of their child and whom they will live with. After this dispute is resolved, and a child custody order is in place, it should be taken seriously by both parents, as there is the chance of one or both parents being reprimanded for not adhering to the custody order.

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