Arrangements for the parenting of children after separation tend to be quite difficult. A child can only live with one parent at a time after separation, and both parents usually want as much time with their child or children as they can. Work schedules interfere, living some distance apart interferes, and feelings of anger at the other parent interferes with the ability to look at the best interests of the children. The proportion of time that the children spend with each parent is also a large factor in who pays child support, and in what amount.
With our experience in dealing with many such difficult situations, we can help you in understanding the process of coming to the best solution for you and your children.
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