Parents in New Hampshire are, understandably, concerned about how their divorce will impact their children. As a result, a great deal of thought and discussion is often put into how child custody will be divided. Recent research may help ease some of the concerns about a relatively common custody arrangement.
Most parents in New Hampshire and across the country are committed to doing what is in the best interests of their children. When parents cannot agree, courts are often tasked with the difficult position of making a decision. For example, a child custody case in another state is asking the court to decide if it is better for a child to be exclusively breast fed or have overnight visitation with his father.
Issues of family law in New Hampshire can often be complex. In order to ensure that the person a court has deemed the most appropriate guardian actually has child custody, some states have laws regarding whether someone without legal custody of a minor can enroll said minor in school. Such a law in another state is apparently preventing a teenager from enrolling in high school.
Most parents in New Hampshire would agree that they would do anything to protect their children, even if it means temporarily placing their career on hold. Victoria Azarenka, formerly ranked the number one tennis player in the world, is reportedly doing just that. She has opted to skip the U.S. Open due to her ongoing child custody battle.
The vast majority of parents in New Hampshire simply want to ensure that their children receive the care that they need. A variety of different parents, regardless of their education and intellectual abilities, are able to ensure that their children thrive. However, a family from another state claims that they unfairly lost child custody due to the parents' low IQ.
If you are a parent going through a divorce, one of your biggest concerns is likely your children and how the outcome will affect them. While every parent worries over issues like child custody, far too often, it is fathers who get the short end of the stick when it comes to parenting time and visitation. Despite numerous studies showing the many benefits of equal parenting time after divorce, family courts are still far more likely to award sole custody to mothers over 80 percent of the time.
When parents decide to end their marriage, there are often multiple, difficult decisions that must be made. Perhaps one of the most important ones involves child custody. While courts in New Hampshire are dedicated to making decisions that are in the best interests of the children involved, their goal is often to shield children from the proceedings as much as possible.
When two people in New Hampshire decide to seek a divorce, some are unable to come together to make decisions regarding their split. This often encompasses decisions regarding child custody, prompting them to seek an intervention by the court. Such is the case for radio personality, Alex Jones.
When parents are unable to provide care, many children in New Hampshire are fortunate to have several family members willing to step in. Unfortunately, such a situation can become complicated when the child custody situation involves people in several different states. A recent ruling by one state's Supreme Court illustrates some of these complications.
The greatest joy for many people in New Hampshire and across the country is their children. While the first few months after the birth of a child may be difficult due to lack of sleep, parents are able to bond with their newborn. Unfortunately, one man in another state claims he was denied his opportunity to bond with his twins after the children's mother claimed he was not the father. He is now seeking child custody.