Child Custody and Access When parents are going through a separation or divorce, some of the most difficult decisions that need to be made are those concerning the children. Who will the children live with? Who will have custody? What happens if the parents cannot agree? In the article below, we introduce the basic concepts […]
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Frequently Asked Questions
- Can I get custody of my children if my spouse has committed adultery?
- When you get divorced how do you deal with your custody, property and support related issues?
- Do I have to use the terms “custody” and “access” when deciding upon parenting arrangements?
- I don’t have custody. Can I still spend time with my children?