Custody and Child Visitation Rights
It is always best for parents to come to a custody agreement when possible. A custody determination often times results in mudslinging by the parents and unnecessary emotional involvement of the children. At the end, a judge who knows very little about the parents or the children will have to make a decision as to legal and residential custody of the children. Residential custody determines with whom the child will reside. Residential custody also allows for the parent with legal custody to make the day-to-day decisions, and other significant decisions affecting the child’s education, health, and religion. Typically, when the Court is involved, individualized parenting schedules are not achieved as the court does not desire to engage in such minutia, and as such typical parenting schedules are ordered. When the parties, agree as to the custody and parenting time schedule, an individualized sharing of major decisions, and parenting schedule can be crafted.
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There are times where a custody determination may have to be made by the court, especially where an unfit parent applies for custody. In such a situation, the court will have to make a best interest determination concerning the Childs’ welfare. This process also typically requires an appointment of an attorney for the child, previously referred to as a guardian ad litem, and may include a forensic evaluation of the parents.
At Castiglia-Rubinstein, Simon & Associates, our approach to divorce and related family matters is child focused. We will advise you as to the best course based on your circumstances, and with our experience provide you with parenting options that you more than likely have not even considered. Our divorce attorneys and family law attorneys at Castiglia-Rubinstein, Simon and Associates represent clients in resolving Custody and Child Visitation Rights in Nassau County, Suffolk County, Queens County, Bronx County, Westchester County, Richmond County, Manhattan and Brooklyn Kings County New York.
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