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Keeping the child's interests in mind with child custody

When a couple in Spokane decides to end their relationship, it's often not as simple as just parting ways and moving on with their lives. This is especially true when there are children in the relationship. In most cases, parents will want to do what is in the best interests of the child. That, however, doesn't always coincide with what the parents want. Often, there are ancillary issues that arise when it comes to child custody and these can be difficult to navigate.

How can mediation be used to solve a child custody dispute?

Few things are as difficult for parents as a child custody dispute. Some of the most serious such disputes involve one parent seeking sole custody of the child, but even a disagreement over the fine points of a parenting plan. The state of Washington has a set of rules in place to resolve these disputes while keeping the best interests of the child in mind. Many of these disputes can be resolved out of court through mediation.

High-profile child custody dispute with service member settled

In Spokane, when a couple shares a child and is no longer together, there are many difficult issues that must be sorted out. In some situations, the parental rights are called into question due to issues of safety and competence. In others, technicalities muddy the waters between parents and it is either a matter of the court deciding what will happen in the child custody dispute or the parents can try to find common ground for the child's own good.

Washington grandparents sue state over custody battle

Spokane grandparents understand the truly unique and overwhelming joy that grandchildren bring. Grandparents can play a huge role in a child's life, and in unique situations, can sometimes become a primary caretaker or guardian of a child.

International child custody battle to be heard by Supreme Court

Spokane parents who have gone through or are in the middle of a child custody dispute know the emotional toll it can take. The battle is one that involves deeply personal issues, and it can result in the determination of the amount of time a person will be able to spend with his or her child. Occasionally, one parent may need to move out of state or to another country, and this can cause a potential problem with a custody order.

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