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Check with seller What Are The Major factors Affecting Child Custody Cases In California Family Law Courts? Orange

Published date: November 19, 2020
  • Location: Orange, California, United States

Child custody is a delicate matter once parents are divorced. Legal decisions on this issue would significantly influence the child since most children usually prefer joint child custody as they love both parents so much, they want to have the same amount of time. This isn't always the case, though, since there are also cases in which sole custody of one parent is appropriate for a number of reasons, where children's welfare and well-being may be at risk.


 


In this case, full custody to one parent may be given by the court based on several factors, such as the financial incapability of one parent to support the child, the inability of one parent to raise the child due to mental problems. Many other factors also affect custody like the unhealthy lifestyle of one parent, like the use of alcohol and drugs, criminal records, etc.


 


In some matters, the child may also have the chance to decide the right custody he or she prefers to have. Hence, that leads us back to whether the child can choose his or her preferred custody? Definitely yes, as long as the child is at the right age to decide on this issue.


 


Whatever custody that you want to have for your child/children, you must fight for your rights and your preferred custody for your loved ones. You must equip yourself with loads of information to improve your chances of success in your impending court battles regarding this matter.


 


The office of Jos Family Law is known to have an excellent success rate winning most child custody cases. They just may be the answer to help you get custody of your children. Explore the right custody agreement and effectively ensure a victory in your custody battle with the top Child Custody Attorney in Orange County. Contact Mr. Binoye Jos at 1-714-733-7066 for a free initial consultation.


 


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