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How is child custody determined?

A lot of information is taken into account when establishing a child custody arrangement. Each family has a unique situation that must be considered by divorce courts, although some of the most commonly considered factors include the financial stability of each parent, the desire of the children, the history of each parent, and the type of relationship each parent has with the children. It is important to note, though, that each case will be different, so you should discuss your questions with an attorney.

At Alexander & Associates, we are able to provide clients with the information and representation they need to take on complex divorce issues. Contact our Colleyville child custody attorneys at 817-756-4040 today for more information.