November 2011 Archives

Top Ten Things That Should Not be Done in a Custody Dispute

1. Discuss your custody case with your children or ask them to pick sides
Most of the time children want their parents to get along. They are frightened when it is clear that a separation and/or divorce are imminent. When a child is curious about the case it is often because the child sees the opportunity to seek concessions from one parent in exchange for the child's cooperation. Often these concessions are ones that a child would normally be unable to obtain. Clearly trading off "favors" in this way is bad for a child's development and is an unacceptable way to try to gain an advantage in a custody case.

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