Parents face many challenges throughout the course of a day. For parents who are divorced, these seem to occur exponentially. One thing that is often a source of stress is trying to ensure they are in compliance with the child custody order.
We understand how difficult it is for parents to rely on a piece of paper to govern how they raise their children. Unfortunately, this is one thing that you will have to deal with when you have a child custody order.
You can work on trying to get a child custody order that makes it a bit easier for you and your ex to work with. One way that you can do this is to make sure that the order is tailored to your child's needs. This can make it much easier to do what needs to be done because you aren't trying to force your child to do things just because the child custody order says so.
In each stage of your child's life, there will be specific issues that need to be addressed. If you and your ex are able to work through these issues together, you should be able to meet your child's needs. If you and your ex can't work together, it might become necessary to seek out a modification order from the court.
Remember, your goal in these child custody cases is to do what your child needs. This is also the court's goal, so making your case based on this is usually a good idea. We can help you through the process.