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An aggressive approach may be necessary in a custody battle

| Sep 8, 2020 | Divorce |

Divorce will lead to changes in every area of life, including the amount of time a parent has with his or her child. Because of disputes between the two parents, the issue of child custody can be quite difficult to navigate, especially for dads. It may be necessary for a father in Nebraska to take an aggressive approach in order to protect his parental rights and preserve the relationship he has with his children.

In some situations, it is possible for two parents to work on a custody schedule together that makes sense for their family. There are times, however, when a peaceful resolution is not possible, and the mother may try to prevent the father from having an appropriate amount of parenting time. Custody litigation may be necessary in order to secure a fair final custody order.

The courts typically acknowledge that it is beneficial for children to maintain strong relationships with both parents. However, a dad may have to fight for his parental rights in court when the mother is actively fighting against him. Nebraska dads need to know their rights, how to fight for them and what to do if it is necessary to go to court over this issue.

An aggressive approach to custody may be the only way to ensure that the final custody order is fair and reasonable. If a dad believes that litigation is inevitable in his situation, he may want to seek the guidance and support of an experienced attorney. A tenacious legal ally can prove invaluable during a high-stakes and complex court battle.

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