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Helping New Mexico parents with shared custody plans

Time spent with children is often described as joyful and rewarding; however, some parents are unable to spend time with their children on a daily basis. While divorce means that parents will have to adjust to no longer being able to see their children every single day, it is possible to develop a custody arrangement that provides enough parenting time for each parent.

At Atkinson & Kelsey, P.A., we help divorced parents in New Mexico work through shared parenting issues. Oftentimes, the divorce process is emotional. Added emotions make addressing family law issues even more charged because these decisions could directly impact the needs and best interests of the children involved.

If joint or shared custody is the ideal arrangement, it is important for parents to understand factors that could impact this in the future. If one parent needs to move or relocate due to a job change, it is important to consider how this could impact the current arrangement. A move could substantially impact a child, and parents working on a custody arrangement could address this and other future issues in the agreement.

With over 30 years of experience, our legal team has helped parents navigate various child custody issues and disputes. Whether you are seeking to develop, modify or enforce a child custody agreement, our attorneys are able to address your goals while also promoting the best interests of the children involved.

To learn more, check out our law firm's child custody website. This could provide general information for divorcing or divorced parents, helping them address any custody issues. It is important that parents spend quality and adequate time with their children; therefore, if you are dealing with any custody issues, it is important to take steps to protect your interests and resolve these issues.

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