Child Custody Decisions in California Lawyers

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What Child Custody Decisions Have California Courts Made?

If parents can't come to an agreement, courts in California will make a custody decisions based on what's in the "best interest" of the child.

What Does the Court Consider When Assigning Custody?

When deciding which parent should have primary custody, courts usually consider the following:

What Happens When the Court Has Made a Decision?

The custody order is signed by the judge and then filed with the court clerk. Both parents are bound by it. If any of the parents doesn't follow the custody order the other parent may bring the issue back before the judge who can modify it.

Should I Contact a Lawyer?

It will be vital if you have concerns about who will make decisions for you child that you get a good California attorney to help persuade the court what the right arrangement is for your child. A good family law attorney will help you do this.

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Last Modified: 04-03-2014 12:37 PM PDT

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