As a parent of a child who has two parents from different countries, you know that your divorce has more custody concerns than others. You may worry that your spouse will take your child to his or her country and fail to bring your little one home. You could worry that your child will disappear and that you'll have no way to fight back.
Divorces rarely bring out the best in people. All too often, people who at one time worked wonderfully together are now doing whatever they can to spite their former spouse. In many divorces, child custody and child support are some of the most emotional and contested areas. One spouse may feel like there is too much visitation, while the other may feel like there is not enough. Neither party is likely to be happy with the amount of support that is ordered by the courts. The best way to ensure a fair and equitable final divorce decree is to retain the services of an experienced divorce attorney.
If your child has experienced a change in his or her circumstances, you may be considering modifying the terms of support, visitation, or child custody.