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Does your child custody case cross international borders?

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When there is an ocean between the parents, having the child travel back and forth is not the same as when parents live on opposite sides of the same city. Creativity may be necessary to create workable child custody arrangements. These may involve occasional travel, longer stays with each parent, scheduled Skype sessions and more. At the end of the day, we want to protect your relationship with your child and do what is in the child's best interest. Feinberg & Waller discuss child custody cases across international borders.


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