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Brad Pitt to share child custody with Angelina Jolie

Many New Jersey parents can relate to situations where they strongly disagree with their former spouses regarding matters that concern their children. When the main issue at hand is child custody, it can be difficult to resolve the issues, especially if parents are trying to work things out on their own. It is no secret that Hollywood stars Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have been entangled in a custody battle for several years now.  

Child custody should always focus on children's best interests

When New Jersey parents seek the court's intervention to make decisions regarding their children, they can assume the court will base its rulings on what is or isn't in the best interest of the children. When parents disagree, the court considers various factors and makes decisions on a case-by-case basis. Television star Vanessa Marcil recently spoke about her own child custody dispute with her now 16-year-old son's biological father and made some points that other parents may want to keep in mind when facing similar problems.

State law has affected Khloe Kardashian child custody case

Any New Jersey parent who is currently facing co-parenting problems will want to carefully research state laws before taking any type of action in court. Child custody laws vary by state and can bear significant impact on a parent's decisions as far as how to address a particular legal matter. There is also a difference between legal custody of a child and physical custody; a concerned parent will want to seek clarification for better understanding in order to know where he or she might stand in the eyes of the court in a given situation.

Wayans Jr. asks court for more parenting time

Following a divorce, New Jersey parents often have court orders in place regarding custody of their children. In such circumstances, both parents must adhere to the order, unless and until the court grants a modification. If a parent believes he or she has a legitimate reason, a request to change the order may be submitted to the court. Actor Damon Wayans Jr. recently asked the court for more parenting time.  

Worried about a child custody situation?

Even if you are willing and determined to settle your divorce in as amicable a manner as possible, there is little to nothing you can do about another person's behavior. Especially where child custody is concerned, if you and your spouse disagree about certain issues, it can definitely cause a delay toward your settlement. If your situation becomes contentious, you may feel the need to reach out for support rather than going it alone in a New Jersey family law court.  

Authorities issue public alert in child custody situation

Many New Jersey parents encounter challenges when disagreements occur between them regarding where their children should reside if parents are no longer married or never were to start. Most child custody situations are resolvable and do not lead to violence of any kind. However, some disputes get out of hand and local authorities, and perhaps even federal investigators, may be called in to rectify those situations.

Judge issues child custody ruling in case of missing mother

New Jersey judges often preside over family law situations involving parents who have children together but are not married. Some cases are more complicated than others, as made evident by an ongoing situation in another state. The judge in this particular case recently handed down a child custody ruling that named the father of the children in question a danger to their safety.  

Worried about child custody problems in divorce?

Keeping your children's best interests in mind is no doubt one of your highest priorities as you prepare to negotiate a settlement for divorce in a New Jersey court. The judge presiding over your case will likely take numerous factors into consideration when ruling on child custody, support and visitation issues. If you and your former spouse are like-minded regarding such matters, chances are things will run smoothly; if not, you may have to aggressively protect your right as a new plan for parenting time and other related matters is developed.

Judge issues orders in child custody fight cross multiple states

A 4-year-old boy's parents have been battling it out in court regarding which one of them should have custody of him. The father was granted child custody some time ago, following the mother's admission that she had used methamphetamine drugs. She was sentenced to probation. The judge in charge of the case recently issued orders that demand the child's immediate return to the state in question, a situation to which some parents in New Jersey may relate.

Child custody situation involves serious allegations

Many New Jersey parents have been fortunate enough to be able to negotiate fair and satisfactory settlements in divorce -- many, but not all. Some, in fact, encounter significant obstacles, especially where child custody is concerned, sometimes leading to court battles. Nicole Curtis, a star on the show "Rehab Addict," understands that type of contention, as she is currently going through a similar situation with the father of her 2-year-old son.  

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