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Going to court to fight for child custody is an emotional time. And many single parents make mistakes simply because they’re uncertain about what to do, and they’re easily swayed by friends and family members who mean well, but who have little or no experience with the courts.

Here are the five child custody mistakes single parents make:

  1. Showing Your Hand
  2. Making Your Child Custody Case About How Your Ex Failed You
  3. Letting Your Emotions Drive Your Decisions
  4. Attempting to Speak for Your Children
  5. Taking a Passive Approach to the Entire Experience

Read the full article for five of the most common child custody mistakes parents make, along with tips on how to avoid them. To learn more about how to avoid a child custody battle contact David Veliz at the Veliz Law Firm today.