What Are the Different Kinds of Child Custody?

When a couple decides to end their relationship, it becomes even more complex when there are shared children, in which case child custody becomes the forefront of the breakup of divorce. Custody is determined according to a number of details specific to each couple and child, and in some cases, children who are old enough have a say may even request to have primary custody with one parent over the other.

There are different kinds of custody, and they include joint physical custody, joint legal custody, sole physical custody, and sole legal custody. Finding the right options for you and your family will likely take the expertise of a strongminded and experienced lawyer, such as ours at The Virga Law Firm, P.A.

Overall, the courts will conduct a thorough investigation regarding your household, your child’s relationship with either parent, as well as the criminal history of both parents. Both you and your ex’s mental, financial, and emotional states will be evaluated, as well as your respective locations in regard to your child’s school. The purpose of determining primary custody is to ensure your child’s life is disrupted as least as possible, putting the child with the most suitable parent.

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Child custody issues are never pleasant, which is why attorneys of The Virga Law Firm, P.A. seek to resolve your concern as fairly, efficiently, and effectively as possible. Our firm is dedicated to helping families come to agreements suitable for their specific needs, and we will fight to make sure your child spends the right amount of time with either parent, depending on your specific circumstances.

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