No one goes into a marriage planning to get a divorce. If that were true, there would be fewer marriages annually. Things happen, tough decisions need to be made, and separation can often be the best decision for both of you. But what about your child?
Lead by Example
It is true what they say about being a household leader, children will take your example as the framework for their life. Being strong ,but kind during this time of transition is important. You need to deal with quite a bit when dealing with divorce and child custody, and it will undoubtedly get to you. Don’t take it out on your child. The words make sense, but when you find yourself yelling at your child for something of no importance, take a step back. Often you are exhausted from everything going on in your life and your child shouldn’t be the one to take it out on.
There are several types of custody in Texas, and which type depends on the two parties. You might both be civil enough to share custody. One parent might have a substance abuse issue, and the other needs to have full custody. There are so many different situations that constitute different custody needs that it would take a novel to write them all. The good news is that we have seen and dealt with all of them, and gotten what’s best for you and your child.
The saying goes that time is everything, and it is the same with child custody. Getting representation as soon as possible will be the best way to ensure what’s best for your child. We here at Megan B. Rachel, Attorney At Law want to help you in this trying time with attorneys who have seen everything over the last 20 years. Give us a call at 214-396-2048 and get the best child custody attorney in Plano.
Make you child’s transition as easy as possible.