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What to do when your ex interferes with custody

Sharing custody of your child can be a challenge, to say the least. Not only will you need to attempt to put aside any past hurt or resentment, but you will also need to actively work together with their other parent as a team to act in the best interests of your child.

There are many things that can cause a dispute between two parents sharing custody. The following are some tips for reacting to some of the most common interferences with child custody.

Addressing the imbalance of responsibilities

If you get frustrated because you feel that you are the parent who always takes care of chores, laundry and scheduling, ask yourself how you can bring this up with your ex without causing a dispute. Having a parental agreement in place that divides chores could help you devise a workable system.

Addressing the use of bribes with teenage children

If your ex has promised your child a car if they come to live with them, you should first step back from the situation and ask yourself if it could be good for your child. If you still have objections, you do have the right to get the child custody courts involved.

Addressing upbringing disputes

If you disagree with issues regarding the religion and upbringing of your child, you may want to petition for sole legal custody. This could help you to have more power in regard to how your child is reared.

If you are struggling to get along with your ex when sharing custody of your child, it is a good idea to consider how the custody courts could help you.

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