Custody/Visitation After Divorce

As with financial issues in a divorce, most husbands and wives have reached an agreement on custody before they go to court. Fewer than 5 percent of parents have custody of their child decided by a judge.

When parents cannot agree on custody of their child, the court decides custody according to the best interest of the child. Determining the best interest of the child involves consideration of many factors. Those factors, along with more information about visitation and by a judge.

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