You probably do not need anyone to tell you that it can be complicated to divorce with young children. Once you and your ex have completed the process and put child custody orders into place, you might think your troubles are over. In many cases, this is true, but other times, one or both parents continue to experience complications.
Recently in our blog, we talked about how Georgia parents can remain in compliance with parenting plans. Now, we would like to discuss child custody and order violations. The first thing we want to say is that some violations occur accidentally. It is easy to forget the details of a child custody order and that could lead to accidental violations. In many cases, these can be resolved by simply talking with your co-parent.
Violations that occur knowingly or as a way to hurt the other parent are more complex. In such situations, the parent who is concerned about child custody violations can and should seek legal assistance to get things back on track. Doing so can stop the unwanted behaviors by letting your co-parent know that you will not tolerate such actions. Having a lawyer support you through this process also facilitates safe and calm communications with your ex.
Children need a steady and secure custody schedule in order to continue thriving after a divorce. When one of their parents disrupts this security, it is crucial to get back to a stable routine as quickly as possible. You can find more information about matters related to the children of divorce by continuing to review our website.