High Conflict Custody Resolutions

High conflict custody cases are never resolved easily. Emotions run high during the countless court hearings and custody negotiations, as children are forced to witness their parents battle it out. It is imperative these high conflict cases be resolved as soon as possible so the healing process can begin for everyone involved. In high conflict custody battles, both parents frequently believe they are doing what is right for their children. It often comes down to the lawyers representing each parent to win the case as many judges struggle to decide which parent may be right or wrong.

Common Ways High Conflict Custody Cases are Resolved

High conflict cases can only be resolved through a constructive discussion about what each parent wants for the future of their children. However, these constructive conversations are near impossible to have due to the vast differences the parents have which created the high conflict in the first place. Because of this, it is up to the legal system and the representing lawyers to negotiate on their behalf. There are many different ways that lawyers handle high conflict cases, some of the most common resolutions include:

  • Arbitration
  • Mediation
  • High Conflict Counseling
  • Talking to the children
  • Litigation

Litigation should always be used as a last resort. A prolonged legal case can drag on for years and create an even more emotionally taxing experience.

Contact a Divorce Attorney

If you or someone you love is involved in a high conflict custody case, you must be sure to have strong legal representation to protect your rights. At BB Law Group PLLC, our lawyers have many years experience in family law. We are continuously successful in countless high conflict custody cases as our qualified attorneys are trained to handle high emotion situations. Call our office today at (832) 534-2589 to speak with a member of our team about your legal options.

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