Parenting Issues in Divorce

Parenting Issues in Divorce

Parents who are getting divorced face an added layer of emotional difficulty when it comes to their family because the divorce will be impacting the entire family, not just the couple themselves. Of course, with this added layer of having to address familial issues, the divorce is more complex. This is especially true when neither parent is willing to compromise on matters related to the children, despite it usually being necessary in the divorce process.

Some of the most complex and emotional issues that many parents face when it comes to getting a divorce include child custody, child support, visitation, relocation with the child, parental alienation, and more. Arguably the most difficult parental issue in a divorce is custody because most of the time, neither parent ever wants to hear that they will no longer see their child every day like they used to. This can be especially difficult when the court awards a sole custody arrangement to one parent because they believe the other parent is unfit and may put the child in danger.

Of course, everyone’s situation is different and therefore, it is crucial to have an experienced attorney represent your interests and fight for the future of your family.

The Pollack Law Firm, P.C. understands that divorce and family law matters can be very complicated and emotional. They require strong legal representation from a compassionate attorney. Robert Pollack is an experienced divorce and family law attorney in Long Island, New York. Contact The Pollack Law Firm, P.C., to set up a free initial consultation.

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