Child Custody and Support Resources You Need When Getting Married
The Best Interest of the Child
When a person is getting married and there are children involved, there are almost always questions that arise around child custody, child support and visitation rights. Regardless of your situation or the specific decisions you need to make, it’s the best interest of the children, along with the law, that should guide you.
The Scenarios and Decisions You May Face
Let’s start by covering some common situations and the types of decisions you may need help with.
A Suite of Helpful Resources
Whether you need to make some obvious and straightforward changes or you have a complex legal mess, LegalShield has resources to help you sort out your situation and make sure the best interests of your children are addressed.
If you’re looking for more detailed information about common child custody and support issues that arise when getting remarried, we strongly suggest you review The Legal Guide to Getting Married.
The guide is a comprehensive resource that covers child custody and support issues as well as other marriage related legal issues such as prenuptial agreements, name changes and your Will and Living Will.
Also, check out our blog post titled 5 Things You Should Know About Child Custody. The post is tailored to people getting remarried.
If you are in need of more immediate help, LegalShield offers legal plans that provide an attorney to assist you with child custody, support and visitation issues at a fraction of the normal fee. Our plans, which start at only $24.95 per month, include a host of other valuable legal services too.
Unlimited consultation with an attorney.
Legal forms and document review.
An attorney created Will and Living Will.
Letters and calls on your behalf to resolve disputes.