A deposition is part of the discovery phase of a divorce, meaning that evidence is being collected by your divorce lawyer that may benefit you in areas from spousal support to parenting time.
It’s not unusual to have doubts after you’ve made a big, life-changing decision—especially about going through with a divorce. Perhaps you and your spouse have talked things over and both of you are feeling differently now than when you originally filed for divorce and wish to try to work things out.
Coming to an agreement on child custody is never easy; even when couples seek the most amicable solutions. When divorce is contentious to begin with, child custody becomes a major flashpoint and among the most difficult issues between combative spouses.
Divorce means change: you may live in a different home, you may not see your children every day anymore and your economic situation may be more of a challenge than it once was.
Child custody is often one of the most difficult issues parents face during a divorce. When divorcing spouses cannot come to an agreement, mediation is usually the first step. This may be followed by a Custody Neutral Assessment.