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Saint Charles custody lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains the allocation of parenting time and responsibility in Saint Charles custody cases.
In this article, our Saint Charles chlid custody lawyers explain the factors that courts consider in determining the allocation of parenting time, including:
Saint Charles child custody attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains court ordered parenting classes.
In this article, our Saint Charles child custody lawyers explain court ordered parenting classes. Parenting classes are required any time parenting time and responsibility is adjudicated by the court, unless the court finds that excusing a parent from attending the class is in the best interest of the child. The purpose of parenting classes is to train parents to communicate in a healthy manner and to reduce the likelihood of litigation between the parties.
Saint Charles child custody lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains the factors courts consider in determining child custody issues.
In this article, our Saint Charles custody attorneys explain the factors that courts consider in determining issues of allocation of parenting time, formerly referred to as child custody and visitation. The purpose of the court's analysis is to determine the "best interests of the child." In doing so, courts will weigh several factors including the wishes of the parents and the child, the living situation of the parents, and the child's adjustment to his or her home, school or community.