What are some of the hidden factors which drag out a child custody and parenting time case in Carlsbad? Are you considering or in the midst of a divorce in Carlsbad or San Diego? Are you thinking about child custody and parenting time issues? Do things between you and your former spouse seem to be stalled or running in circles?
Child custody and parenting time is one of the most contentious issues in many San Diego divorce cases. In some cases a former spouse is openly hostile and simply using every possible tool, strategy, communication and/or action to delay or slow the process of resolving custody and parenting time issues. In other cases, the genuine factors which drag out a child custody and parenting time case are more subtle or hidden.
This is why it is so important to seek the advice and counsel of the experienced and proven Certified Family Law Specialists at Burke & Domercq. We can help get things back on track while helping to protect your financial and emotional interests as well as the well being of your child(ren).
Hidden agendas, stalling and unreasonable argumentation are often symptoms of strong underlying and often hidden emotions. Negative emotions are something most parties in a divorce must process from time-to-time. However, genuine anger, hurt, disappointment, abandonment and resentment can often present obstacles in child custody and parenting time discussions, negotiations, mediation or Court proceedings.
These issues are more likely in cases involving infidelity, alcohol or drug abuse, personality disorders, or opposite approaches to parenting and discipline.
It is amazing how often a former spouse may underestimate or miss the presence of these emotions or hidden agendas in their potential co-parent.
While these are some of the consistent factors which drag out a child custody and parenting time case in Carlsbad the real list is obviously much longer. Our Certified Family Law Specialists help you to develop and implement a strategy to get the process moving forward while providing the greatest opportunity for you to realize your goals and objectives.
Mediation is a private, efficient and effective strategy in some of these cases. The structure of mediation can help to impose focus, discussion, negotiation and ultimately resolution. If not, you will need an experienced and proven trial attorney to protect your interests and be a strong advocate for you and your children.