Ways You Can Use the School to Help Your Custody Case

The school year has started and children are returning to the classroom. A lot of times the signals and into the fun times for parents and vacations that occur over the summer. However for those who continue to suffer with parental alienation or contested custody situations the school year offers many opportunities for bolstering your custody case.

Here are some examples. Get to know the school administrators and teachers. These people become vital witnesses in terms of how your child is doing and custody disputes. Make sure you are fully informed of what is going on regarding your child’s education. Attend parent teacher conference is make sure your contact information is with the principals office and go on field trips if allowed. The new school year also offers opportunities for increased time with your child in the context of the educational system.

Regardless of whether you have a court ordered time sharing arrangement while the child is in school, you can take advantage of opportunities to see your child during the school day. Volunteer to read to the class. Go on field trips. Take your child to lunch. Go to the school any lunch with your child and his friends. All of these examples are ways in which you can be more proactive and involved in your child’s life even outside of court ordered time sharing.

It’s important to think outside the box and to be aggressive when you are involved in a custody dispute. For more information on how you can win custody contact the Justice Legal Group at 505-880-8737 or email us at info@JusticeLegalGroup.com.