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When Child Custody Problems Arise, Be Proactive

By Law Office of Rachel S. Cotrino, LLC  Feb. 28, 2011 9:41p

Whether you are considering a divorce or are already divorced and are having child custody problems, the thing to do is to take action; in other words, be proactive. When custody problems are left unaddressed, they tend to become worse and at some point, blow up requiring intervention. Sorting them out as quickly as possible is the best strategy.

Types of Custody problems

You may be experiencing any number of child custody problems or a combination thereof. It could be that you are considering divorce because of non-optimum things going on in your relationship and your partner is disagreeing with your child custody wishes. Perhaps the current child custody relationship that has already been approved through the courts after a divorce has changed, is in jeopardy or is no longer working and needs to be modified. Whatever the case may be, these issues can get quite emotional and if not acted upon quickly, can turn even more sour resulting in domestic violence or even kidnapping. By seeking help from the legal field, these scenarios can usually be avoided.

Get Competent Help

For your own sake and the sake of your child/children, be proactive and get help from an experienced, competent lawyer. If you are in New Jersey, a divorce attorney from our firm can help you address the issue head on. At the Law Office of Rachel S. Cotrino, LLC, we are dedicated to family law and know the laws well when it comes to child custody issues. In our years of hard-won experience, we have learned that the sooner child custody matters are addressed and resolved; the better it is for all concerned, especially the children.

Contact a New Jersey family law attorneyin our office to set up a free consultation and we will go over the details of your child custody situation.

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