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Know the basics of how to get custody of a child in your state, from the best interests of the child to child custody mediation and going to family court.
Understand the common factors your state’s judges use when making child custody decisions.
Know how joint physical custody and joint legal custody work in State so you can create the best parenting plan for your family.
Child support payment amounts may vary wildly from state to state. But you can't just move to change your payment.
Physical and legal custody are two essential parts of every child custody decision.
Who gets to make decisions affecting the children depends on whether you have joint or sole custody.
Family Court Judges rarely allow parents to split up the kids.
Answers to common questions about State custody enforcement, including whether police will enforce a custody order.
The IRS usually gives the most tax benefits to the custodial parent. But there are ways to change the default rule.