Yes. Your divorce will have to go through the legal process but you do not have to rely on a judge to decide personal family matters for you. If both parents can agree on an amicable parenting plan the court will respect it in most cases. Unless there are concerns about domestic violence, child abuse, addiction or criminal activity, you can decide what is in your child’s best interest. Being cooperative and reasonable can avoid a long legal fight it will save you time, money and stress. You may be angry at the other parent but it is in your best interest to be fair and civil. We can help you do that and ensure that you make the best decisions possible.
- Can we just settle our custody issues without going to court?