Child Custody and Best Interest Law

Written by on October 20, 2019

I want to pass on a tip today. A lot of people I work for are in all States. I’ve worked in 30 to 40 States in the Union now and there’s a thing called a “Best Interests Law”. In your State, you need to do the research to see what the best interest law is for you on how child custody cases are decided. I want to read a few that I’ve taken from different States to give you an idea of what you’re up against and what you need to prove in a child custody case.

  • Physical and mental health
  • Emotional stability
  • Relationship with the child
  • History of any domestic-violence
  • Alcohol and drug-abuse
  • Primary caretaker of the child
  • If child has special needs
  • Abuse and neglect
  • Home environment
  • Finances
  • The child’s preference
  • Educational opportunities
  • The court expert’s recommendation*

Which could-be the * custody evaluator. These are things to consider. When I work cases throughout the country the best interest laws are pretty similar everywhere I go.  So, those are the things you need to know.  I’m the Child Custody Guy and thank you for joining us today.

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