How do parents make joint custody work for their family?
Parents can do a few things to make a joint custody arrangement successful. Maintaining a professional, businesslike relationship can help reduce personal issues from causing further conflict. In addition, it helps for parents to support each other rather than undermine each other, despite personal feelings. Joint custody arrangements also work best when parents live in a closer physical proximity to each other and have schedules arranged in ways that keep the child’s needs in mind.
If you are going through a divorce and wish to share custody with your spouse, the Colleyville child custody attorneys of Alexander & Associates can offer you qualified legal advice and representation. Contact us today at 817-756-4040.