The hardest part of any custody battle is the amount of time you are going to spend in court. My clients are always distraught when they have spent three months in court and a judge just told them she wants my client to come back in three months for a “check up” to see how their child is doing. The thing to remember is that every judge out there is not looking to burn either party. They are looking out for the best interest of the child. Their first priority is to make sure that your child is in good hands. The judge does not know you and lord knows they have seen people crazier that you and your spouse in their court room. The worst thing in the world for a judge would be to make a premature ruling and then 6 weeks later have something terrible happen to the child. When finding it hard to make it through long custody battles, just remember, the court just wants to make every child safe.
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