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Support a positive outcome for your child with these tips

As you and your spouse inch closer to getting divorced in California, chances are you are beginning to prepare for your quest to gain custody of your children. Even if you plan to share parenting responsibilities with your ex, preparing ahead of time for a child custody negotiation can help you to be more confident and have a more positive outcome. At Rombro & Manley LLP, we are aware of the challenges that divorced couples face and are ready to assist. 

From the onset of your divorce, come to terms with the fact that you will need to be flexible in creating agreements that are to the best benefit of all of the parties involved. This mindset is especially critical when you are dealing with the well-being and future of your children. You may not be able to arrange an agreement that is ideal for your schedule, personal desires and long-term convenience, but as long as it allows your children to continue to grow and provides support in their journey of managing their emotions in regards to your divorce, you have achieved an important goal. 

According to verywellfamily.com, one thing that can help you is your commitment to learning general facts about family law and how child custody negotiations typically go. Doing so will help you to be aware of your rights as a parent so you do not unknowingly relinquish important parenting rights. If you are leaving a relationship where manipulation and lies have created false perceptions of who you really are, do your best to portray your honest self in court and openly demonstrate your love and commitment as a parent. Where possible, provide evidence that you are flexible and willing to work with your ex in establishing a mutually beneficial agreement. 

When you are prepared to begin fighting a child custody battle, your outcome may be more along the lines of what you had hoped for. If you would like more information about establishing custody, visit our web page.