Mr. Eric. M Nakasu, Child Custody Lawyer Aliso Viejo
Child Custody cases in family law can be highly complex. No parent would want to live without their child and would want full custody of their child. In California's child custody cases, it rarely happens that a parent receives full custody of the child. The child often stays in two residences based on the signed agreement.
Child Custody cases can get tough to handle, be it mentally, emotionally, or while being present in court. To assist you in such cases, you need a good lawyer.
Mr. Eric. M Nakasu, a Child Custody Lawer Aliso Viejo, specializes in child custody law. With an experience over 31 years of handling child custody cases, Mr. Eric can provide you with the solution and representation needed to win your child custody cases.
Who gets child custody? Determining Factors
When determining the result of a child custody matter, a court utilizes various factors. "Custody should be granted in the following order of preference according to the best interest of the child as provided in Sections 3011 and 3020" as per Family Code Section S 3040(a). Some of these preferences are:
● Which parent is most likely to encourage maintaining the relationship with the non-custodial parent?
● Is there substance abuse involved, like drugs or alcohol?
● If the child has a preference and is of a particular age, their preference is also considered.
After all the hearings, the verdict would be keeping the child's best interest in mind.
This is precisely why you need a good attorney by your side. An attorney can present the facts to the court and let them know the situation.