Divorce Massachusetts Custody
Types of Divorce Massachusetts Custody
Sole Physical Custody
The courts in this state appoint a GAL (Guardian ad litem) in a child custody case. The role of this GAL is to evaluate the situation of the child and accordingly make recommendations to the court stating the best possible arrangement for the child.
Usually, the GAL is a psychologist. While evaluating the situation, this professional meets the father as well as the mother and studies each parent's interaction with the child. When this professional meets the parents, the parents should reveal their weak and strong points as a parent. The parents should also disclose how they are trying to remedy the former. Each parent should divulge his/her perspective on child discipline.
The GAL may ask the parents some questions and it is expected that the parents should offer specific answers to these. Out of the wide range of questions, those that are related to the role of primary caretaker are very important. Some of these questions are as follows.
These laws do not prefer one parent over another due to the gender of the parent. Some factors that are given importance are as follows.
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