Child Contact and Residence
When two people get divorced, there are a whole host of changes that need to be made. However, the top priority for most couples going through a divorce is how this will affect their children.
In a perfect world, both parties would agree to the contact agreements and residency of the children. However, this is not always the case. If both parents cannot come to an agreement regarding child contact and child residence, it must go through the courts.
What is child contact?
Contact with a child can be anything from writing letters and making phone calls, to face-to-face meetings and overnight stays. The court can help parents come to an agreement regarding the type of contact orders that will please both parents.