If you’re involved in a child custody dispute or an effort to modify an existing parenting plan, Case-Closed can help.
Courts are guided by the best interests of the child. While this varies from state to state, some factors are common: which parent is the most capable of providing support, where will the child be safest, and how to meet the emotional and physical needs of the parents and children. Evidence of substance abuse, co-habitation, instability at work, or the presence of people of questionable character can be enough to swing the outcome of the case.
A child custody investigation can help document the truth about living conditions and prove concerns of physical or emotional abuse, brainwashing and parental alienation – or confirm that false allegations are untrue.