Surely the frustration with your partner is great, but you will always be the father / mother of your child/ren. Consider what type of custody arrangement would be ideal, prior to filing for divorce.
Judges typically favor joint custody (equal access to the children), so trying to maintain a friendly relationship through the divorce process is always in the best interest of children.
When resolving child custody (called time sharing) disputes, the judges’ priority is always to consider what is best for the children.
Leaving the marital home can have very serious implications for your divorce; in fact, it can be a major obstacle to receiving the house as part of your property in a divorce.
If you find yourself facing any kind of danger, or your children are exposed and need to leave the marital home, the next steps to follow should be evaluated urgently.
If you are considering initiating divorce proceedings, you should know all of your options, rights, and responsibilities before initiating and serving your partner with divorce papers.
Visiting an experienced attorney can help you understand your rights and help you develop a plan for your divorce.
Our practice areas include: divorce, paternity, child support, modification and enforcement of orders, relocation, domestic violence, prenuptial and post-nuptial agreements, high-asset divorces, and marital property division.
If you have questions about your rights in the event of a family law issue, or are considering getting a divorce, contact Dana Pechersky’s Law Office at 954-529-2057.