Unthinkable: A Blog Post Series To Answers Your Questions About Unique Custody Challenges
Updated: Jan 28
There is nothing like a custody battle to bring out the worst in people. What may start out as an amicable breakup between ex-partners can turn into a knock-down-drag-out fight when custody decisions come into play.
At Angela F. Brown & Associates, we’ve seen it all and heard it all when it comes to custody matters. From a parent fleeing with a child to another country without the co-parent’s consent to one partner denying the legitimacy of the other partner’s parental status during the breakup of a same-sex couple. No matter the unique circumstances, we’ve stood with our clients because we are committed to helping families of all shapes and sizes create custody arrangements that work.
Throughout our years in practice, we’ve noticed that there isn’t a lot of quality information out there for parents with unique custody situations like the ones we see in our practice. To close the knowledge gap, we are rolling out a series here on our blog called Unthinkable.
Each week during the series, we’ll publish articles about a unique custody problem with tips on what you can do if faced with such a challenge. Then later in the week, we’ll host a live Q&A session where you can pose your custody questions and get them answered in real-time.
Our goal is to provide useful tips that every family can use, no matter their make up. If you have questions about this series or would like to submit a question for our live Q&A, please contact our office here.