Monday, March 10, 2008

Custody and Visitation

"Custody" is an emotionally laden term. To parties in a divorce, it often takes on the unintended meanings. Many parents believe that if they are not awarded custody, that they have somehow been determined to be an inferior parent. That is not the case. Custody determinations are necessary to provide stability for children in the way they are raised. It also helps to provide a home base and security which are important considerations for children of all ages, and even more so for the very young. Custody determinations in Minnesota are based on what is in the "best interests" of the children.
There are two types of custody, "legal" and "physical" custody...

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1 comment:

TheMasquedWriter said...

wow, there is just so much I have to learn. I've just been in shock for the past five moths, and although I'm trying to come up with plans for the future (my son is only two)... it's difficult.