NADA AL-AHDAL

London - UK

from Yemen but living UK

Nada Foundation

The official website of the Foundation

Child Custody – How to Win by Being Prepared

How to win a child custody battle is something that I imagine would weigh heavily on a parent’s mind during a divorce process. Who could blame you? Your children are the most important thing in the world to you, and it is only natural you would want to ensure that your children are not taken away. I’m sure the whole court process could seem pretty intimidating to almost anyone who has not gone through something like this before. There is quite a learning curve that you will have to get over, in this article I will try to at least give you my two cents on what to expect.

By law, if the divorcing couple had the children together during marriage, each parent has equal right to child custody. However, there some exceptions to one parent being awarded sole custody of a child, this usually happens if the ex spouse is able to prove that the other parent is “unfit” and would be a danger to the child in some way or another.

Even if you consider yourself a fit parent, to be on the safe side I believe it is extremely important to do your research to learn how to win this battle. Sometimes, the results don’t always turn out fair. This is usually due to a parent going to their hearing unprepared and the ex spouse using some distasteful tactics to paint a negative image of the parent.

Even if you are getting an attorney, don’t simply entrust your child’s future in his or her hands. If you want to learn how to win a child custody battle, you must do your research. Spend as much time as you can educating yourself on the child custody process. Typically you only get one chance at this, so it is in your best interest to come prepared.



Source by Rin Otori

more insights

बाल विवाह: एक अवैध अभिशाप

बाल विवाह एक बड़ी समस्या है जिससे हमें समुचित सावधानी बरतनी चाहिए। बाल विवाह एक ऐसी प्रथा है जिसमें न तो बच्चों की भावनाओं का

Read more >