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Your child custody issues are too important to go it alone

Whether you are divorcing a spouse or separating from a partner, as a parent, you want to make sure that you do what you believe is best for your kids. Not every couple can resolve their child custody issues amicably and may need to go to mediation or court. Even if you and the other parent decide not to go to court, the stakes are too high to go it alone. This means that you may need to start looking for a Kentucky attorney to help you.

As you embark on the task of finding an attorney, you may benefit from considering several factors. Of course, finances are a primary concern for anyone, particularly when going from one household to two with the same monetary resources. What you will pay an attorney depends on numerous factors, one of which is how complex your case may be.

You may need to look at the challenges you face when it comes to obtaining the custody arrangements you desire. Do both parents live in the same state? Are you seeking sole custody? How far apart are you and the other parent when it comes to reaching an agreement? All of these questions and more help determine how much an attorney's assistance will be, and perhaps show just how importance that assistance can be.

Considering the importance of your needs, choosing an attorney based on an internet advertisement may not be enough. Some Kentucky attorneys routinely help couples with child custody issues. Often, they receive a certain percentage of their business from recommendations from former clients. Talking to others may help you make a choice that works best in your circumstances.

Source: thespruce.com, "What to Consider Before Hiring a Child Custody Lawyers", Debrina Washington, Accessed on Feb. 13, 2018

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