What fathers can do about child custody, support issues

by francistaylor childcustody Divorce Coaching
Although courts are supposed to treat parents equally, mothers still tend to get custody, and 80 percent of custodial parents are mothers.

One parent might file a protection order against the other parent.

There might be legal remedies available, but fathers who are unmarried may need to establish their paternity before they can seek custody of their children.

If a father waits or if a court has to seek out the father to establish paternity, it might be more difficult to resolve issues around paternity and custody.

Parents might agree to a shared custody arrangement and parenting plan.

Some parents even agree to keep the marital home and have the children live there while the parents take turns staying there.

A parent who does not have custody may still have a generous visitation schedule.

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