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On Behalf of | Oct 20, 2017 | Child Custody |

Like most parent sin California, spending time with their children is sacred. From birth until adulthood, these are the times major memories are formed, and parents are able to make a significant impact on the lives of their children. Unfortunately, divorce can disrupt this process. When parents part their ways, it can be very difficult on the children involved. It is not only a major change going from one home to two homes, but it is also challenging that they will only see each parent for a specified amount of time each week or month.

Child custody arrangements are necessary during the divorce process; however, they can be very emotional and difficult to develop. Because of that, divorcing parents should note their options and what processes they could go through to reach a favorable result. At John T. Chamberlin Attorney at Law, our experienced legal team is dedicated to helping residents in the Pleasanton area understand their situation and what legal process they could undergo to resolve them.

Traditionally, divorcing parents would go to court to sort through divorce and family law issues. While this is still an effective way to reach a final order, there are other methods that could be more beneficial for divorcing parents. The mediation process could help each parent communicate their needs and concerns, helping them reach a final agreement that considered the sides of both parents. The collaborative approach works in a similar way, but is typically is matters where parents seek to develop a co-parenting arrangement.

Whether you are seeking primary custody, joint custody or a co-parenting agreement, it is important to understand how to reach your ultimate goal during the divorce process. To learn more, check out our law firm’s child custody website. Although it is a difficult process to go through, it is a process divorcing parents can complete with the best interests of their children in mind.


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