Get More Child Custody and Parenting Time

  1. Three Steps to Getting More Time With Your Child
  2. Step 1 - Keep a Child Custody Journal
  3. Step 2 - Show Journal as Evidence to Your Lawyer or Judge
  4. Step 3 - Explain Your Recent Child Custody and Parenting Time History

 

 

Three Steps to Getting More Time With Your Child

 

Get more child custody time by showing judges, lawyers and other family court experts consistent patterns of behavior in an evidence report that's believable to them.

Judges, lawyers, and other family court experts prefer to read a steady journal of the good or bad events, and of how much time your child is with you.

 

 

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Three steps explained ...

 

 

 

Step 1 - Keep a Child Custody Journal

 

This is the most important and critical step to getting the child custody your child deserves. 

So securely and privately journal your child custody and parenting time using our web site.  Security is enabled on our website for your protection.  Record your Journal Entry at any time, any where by Smartphone, Tablet, or Computer.

 

You must be very consistent with your journal, so you can show an honest track record that judges and lawyers will believe.  The track record they use to determine how much custody to give you includes ...

  • how much time you've had with your child recently,
  • how consistent is that time,
  • how mush more time do you ask for
  • are there any incidences before, during or after

At each pick up, drop off, or during your parenting time, all you do is select from a list of what happened, see right side box "Easy to Select What Happened".  Our website takes care of the rest, so you can go back to being the best parent to your child.
 

 

 

 

Step 2 - Show Journal as Evidence to Your Lawyer or Judge

 

Then when you or your attorney file a Motion for Custody Modification, print your custody journal report.  With this report, your judge can easily review your printed history and calculate how much time your child enjoyed being with you.

 

 

 

 

Step 3 - Explain Your Recent Child Custody and Parenting Time History

 

When you're in court use it as evidence to judges, lawyers, and other court experts of how often you've had your child and what happened, the good or bad.  Your facts only, objective daily journal report will be easy to accept.

 

So, get more child custody and parenting time ...

 

 

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