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…In an event of the child custody dispute, the court would actively work to guard the children against the adverse effects of the divorce.
Child custody cases tend to be very emotional and personal to both parents, after the couple has gone through a bad breakup and are trying to move on in their own separate lives it is very difficult to face each other again and fight over the custody of the children.

These custody dispute cases can also have a very negative impact over the children that the parents are fighting over. Although every child custody dispute would be different and have its own unique characteristics and facts there are some very useful tips that parents can adopt in order to earn the custody of their child.

In an event of the child custody dispute, the court would actively work to guard the children against the adverse effects of the divorce. Therefore, the parent who would continue to live in the same neighborhood would have an upper hand and more favor of the court. The court would tend to give the custody to the parent, where children would have the support of their family and friends and would not have to suffer through a lot of changes. It is recommended to live in the same house or have a house in the close neighborhood if the parent wants to gain the custody of their child.

Another important aspect that court consider during custody battles is how to let both the parents have access to the child and let them actively participate in his daily life, a parent who constantly remains angry over another parent and would not facilitate the visits of another parent would usually not be granted the custody by the court. Therefore during the custody battle you should not let emotions drive your actions, rather should rely upon the cold facts and testaments.

It is also very helpful to hire a professional lawyer who specializes in handling the custody dispute cases. The court wants to evaluate both parents and choose the one who would be financially as well as emotionally available for the children when they require it, therefore having a strong bond with your children and willing to fight for them would reflect very well over the court and may award the custody in your favor.

It is extremely important that you are able to portray in front of the court that you would continue to provide support to them in all matters and the children would not have to suffer any additional emotional stress due to custody being awarded to a particular parent.

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