Strict Custody Agreement

There are many factors that factor into the decision made in the best interests of a child, including the health, environment and social interests of the child,[2] the relationship between each parent and the child, and the ability of each parent to meet the child`s needs. Special Circumstances Guidelines for Temporary Calendars, Military Detention Plans, etc. If you can`t agree on a custody agreement, the judge handling the divorce will decide the case for you. Child custody legislation in most states requires judges to consider the best interests of the child when determining custody of children. Several factors are taken into account, such as: there is no correct or wrong schedule when it comes to shared custody, only what is in the best interest of your children and works well for you as parents. Since shared custody is becoming more common to give children the advantage of a close relationship with both parents, couples and family judges have used several versions of a true common custody plan. . . .