Child Custody in a Divorce

Divorce Child Custody

Settling the matter of child custody in a divorce can be one of the stickiest subjects that a family needs to resolve. At issue or some of the central issues of your child’s life, such as who makes decisions regarding their education, religion, and what they can and cannot do. Also at stake is the central question of where the child will live, and what visitation rights will be granted.

Child custody in a divorce is a complicated issue in the area of family law. We’ll be adding some additional resources for you here soon, but in the meantime, we hope you’ll find some of the provided links to be useful!

3 responses to “Child Custody in a Divorce”

  1. Japan Law

    [...] law system has been the source of some international controversy. Under Japanese family law, joint child custody terminates together with the marriage. If the husband and wife cannot agree upon child custody as [...]

  2. KattyBlackyard

    Hi, gr8 post thanks for posting. Information is useful!

  3. jimmy morales

    My sister in law is from the Philippines, married a Japanese in Japan and have two children born in Japan.After 12 years, they separate ways and my sister in law was deported to the Philippines. Is she have the right for child custody?Can she still go back to Japan and get her sons?

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