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Coming to custody terms may depend on certain circumstances

Understandably, going through divorce when there are children involved is stressful. Parents may wonder how their children will react and whether they will be able to reach terms with each other that are agreeable. Custody can cause much contention between the parties involved, and therefore, New York parents may wish to better understand the proceedings involved.

In many cases, parents are able to determine which custody terms will work for them. If coming to an agreement on their own is not plausible, individuals may wish to utilize mediation or other legal proceedings in efforts to reach an settlement without resorting to litigation. However, there may be cases in which parents are unable to work together and the court may be required to step in to come to a decision.

If a court must step in, the children's best interests are of the utmost importance. There are various aspects that will need to be taken into consideration, and each outcome is unique to the individuals and children involved. There are particular state laws that could also come into play, and therefore, individuals may wish to find out more information on how their specific custody cases may be carried out.

If New York parents hope their child custody proceedings move forward smoothly, they may wish to assess their circumstances. If they feel they may need assistance, there are experienced attorneys available who may be able to provide useful information. This information may allow parents to determine which legal routes may allow them to come to the best custody agreements possible.

Source: parentherald.com, "What You Need To Know About Child Custody In A Divorce", Dec. 14, 2016

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