Throw away the Custody Agreement

This blog post by Candice Curry shows what can happen when parents put aside their issues and begin to truly focus on what is best for their child(ren). While it is often necessary to have a Custody Agreement outlining each parent's rights and obligations, including parenting time with their child(ren), the ultimate goal should always be for parents to communicate with one another about what is in the best interest of that child(ren). Sometimes that may mean deviating from the terms of the Custody Agreement or changing it in its entirety as circumstances change. Having parents that can communicate with one another about the child(ren)'s needs and that love the child(ren) is always in their best interest!