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Our first priority is our client’s health and safety. Due to COVID-19 our office is taking precautions to keep our clients and their families safe. We have expanded our options for remote consultations. Please contact our office to discuss whether a phone consultation or video conference (FaceTime or Zoom) is appropriate for you. Thank you.

Is 50/50 custody always best?

50/50 custody plans are extremely common and allow each parent to share custody of their child in Texas. Most of the time, this type of plan works well, especially when both parents live close to each other. When each parent lives a few miles away, it means the child doesn’t have to spend as much time on the road going back and forth between both homes.

50/50 custody plans also allow the child to have more time with each parent, which ensures they can have a solid and healthy relationship with both of them. The equal distribution of time can make the transition easier after they experience the stress of having their parents separate.

How to avoid issues with your child custody plan

If you want to avoid potential issues with your child custody plan, remain flexible when your spouse wants to occasionally change the schedule. It’s also important to avoid bad-mouthing your ex, which can affect the child’s emotional health and well-being.

In addition, be sure to be punctual after you agree to meet your ex at a specific time. Arriving late can create issues with their schedule and also lead to unnecessary tension in the relationship. If you prove to be unreliable, it can threaten how much child custody the judge gives you over the long term.

Seeking legal assistance

If you want to obtain child custody, it is likely in your best interest to reach out to an attorney who has experience with family law matters. They can inform you of your rights and will work hard to help you obtain custody. A legal professional can answer your questions and also assist you with similar matters such as child custody modifications, spousal support and the division of assets after filing for divorce.

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Law Office of Roland R. Esparza, P.C.
325 S Flores St.,
San Antonio, TX 78204

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