If you are facing the end of your marriage, you may start to realize the many tasks that lay ahead. There are property division issues, child support payments to negotiate and custody agreements for starters. You may wonder if an alternative exists to the unhappy court battles you have seen depicted in the movies or witnessed in your own life.
Every New Jersey family is different, and there is no one-size-fits-all solution to child custody. During a divorce, you will have the right and the option to work with the other parent to reach a child custody order that is best for your unique family. As you consider all of your options, it is beneficial to understand the various types of child custody.
The divorce process is inherently complicated, both emotionally and financially. This is true whether you have been married five years or 50 years. It is also true no matter how many or few assets you and your spouse have.