Beyond deciding on what negotiation and dispute resolution process will likely work out best for your family, it can also be helpful to really spend some time thinking through the nuts and bolts of the agreement itself. You may be wondering any number of things about how to craft, enforce, or change a custody agreement if necessary, and we wanted to address a few of the most common.
What kinds of things should we address in the agreement, and how much detail should we include?
Each family is different and unique from any other. As a result, no custody agreement is going to be exactly like any other. This is, after all, the point of crafting your own custody in agreement in the first place – tailoring it to your unique circumstances. Having said that, there are a few basic building blocks that every custody agreement should include:
These are only a few commonly asked questions of many. Certainly, if you have questions about the content of your particular custody agreement, talking to an attorney is always a wise decision.
If you would like to speak with an experienced child custody attorney in Huntersville, NC, contact Adkins Law to arrange a custody consultation.