Battling with your child’s other parent about child custody and visitation can cause you stress. It can also lead to your child feeling stressed if your child is old enough to understand what is going on. You and your child’s other parent can work together to get the custody agreement sorted out so that your child doesn’t have to have suffer through a long and drawn out process.

When it comes to deciding on a child custody agreement, there are a lot of different possibilities for solutions. The most important for you to remember is that you must do what is best for your child. You first need to consider your circumstances. There are several questions here that are important.

— How close do you and your child’s other parent live?

— How can you and your ex work together to provide a happy life for your child?

— Who can best meet your child’s needs on a consistent basis?

— What roles will you and your ex play in your child’s life?

— Are there any scheduling issues that must be considered with the custody schedule?

— How will holidays and vacations be handled?

Of course, there are a host of other questions that we can cover when you are working through a child custody agreement. As we work through your case, we can determine the possible solutions to help you to make the best life possible for your child even though you and your ex aren’t together. From creative custody agreements that are useful for swing shift workers, medical professionals, military members and other similar workers to long-distance arrangements, we can help you find a solution that works for you.