Custody, Access and Parenting

By: Resolve Legal Group  25-06-2013
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When there are children of the marriage/relationship there are many decisions to be made as to where the children will live, who will make the major decisions for the child and what parenting arrangements need to be made to accommodate the child’s needs, the parents’ needs and keep the family unit working. We can answer all your questions on the different types of custody arrangements there are and we can work with you to develop a parenting agreement that will accommodate your needs. We can help you understand the law, whether you are married or unmarried, as it relates to custody and access. We can also educate you as to the different resources available to you that can assist parents in helping to make these difficult decisions regarding custody, access and parenting so as to minimize conflict between the parties.

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