Hey Guys David Pisarra here with Mensfamilylaw. I want to talk to you today about the three ps of child custody. The most important factors when it comes to dealing with a child custody case that I look for and that a judge looks for. the first is Proximity. How close do you live to where the child lives How close do you live to where the child goes to school Where’s your work located in relation to the school If everything is really close in proximity, we want things to be really close judges like that, it makes it easier for you to be a more.
Involved parent. Next up is paperwork. If you’re going to come into my office and I need to have more time with my kid. THe first thing I’m going to ask you is do you have a calendar of all the time you’ve been seeing your child receipts which prove to me what you’ve actually been doing and some sort of tutorial or photos something to substantiate all of that so I can go to a judge and say, Your honor, here’s all the time he’s been using with his child and he wants more. And lastly, it’s persistence. Persistence.
Is the hardest part for men in this whole process, because it can be so emotionally draining. We’re playing with the time you get to see your child. It’s the only time you’re going to get to be a father to this child at that age and it goes really quickly and it’s really fleeting and courts can be really time consuming and slow moving. You need to have the persistence to fight the battle and to stick it out and its really really hard and I understand that. So just to recap the three Ps of child custody when.
How Do I get Child Custody For Fathers explained by Los Angeles Child Custody Expert David Pisarra
You’re coming into us looking to get more time with your child. I want proximity. I want you living close to where the kid goes to school. I want you working close to where the child goes to school. I want you close to where the child lives. Paperwork, I want paper trail. I want calendars, I want photos. Receipts from movies receipts from Chuck E. Cheese. and then Persistence. I want you able to really stick through the fight. It’s not going to be easy. It’s not going to be quick. But together we can get through it. If you.