Child Custody and their effects on your loving child One of the most difficult things to do during a divorce is to establish child custody and child visitation. If a couple can't agree, then the courts will make a decision for them based on what is in the best interest of the child.
The best interest’s standards are determined by the court and are intended to allow the child the least amount of interruption in their daily routine. It is also enforced to protect them from being displaced from their home just because their parents are getting a divorce.
If two parents live separately before filing for divorce, the parent the child was living with during this process will most likely be favored, especially if that parent stayed in the family home. When parents have not been living separately prior to the divorce, the one who took care of the child the most during the marriage will potentially be favored.
Factors that can help the court determine what’s…