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When should you modify your child custody agreement?

When you and your spouse are getting divorced in Kentucky, you will need to negotiate a child custody agreement that discusses where your children will reside, how critical parenting decisions will be made and how visitation schedules will work. Creating an agreement that benefits you, your soon-to-be ex and your children are imperative to maintaining positive relationships. Over time, you may discover the need to modify the agreement that you initially made to keep it accurate and valid. 

How does joint custody benefit my kids?

If you and your spouse contemplate divorcing in Kentucky, you may wish to consider sharing custody of your children after your divorce. In all likelihood, both of you love your children and neither of you wants to become an absentee parent limited to visitation every other weekend and alternating holidays. Joint custody can solve this dilemma.

Handling holiday custody

With the holiday season fast approaching, parents in Richmond will likely start making plans on how to maximize the extra time they will get to spend with their kids. Such planning can often be difficult for parents who share custody of their children with their ex-spouse. According to information shared by the U.S. Census Bureau, over 22.1 million children in the U.S. were subject to custodial agreements as recently as 2013. Those kids no doubt want to spend the holidays with both their parents, yet how is that possible? 

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