Being a divorced dad going through a custody case is rarely a simple process. But there are steps every dad can take (and should take) to ensure the best outcome for their children. It is too often the case that divorced dads are unknowingly placed into the box of “Disneyland Dad,” where the perception is that they are the parent where the children can go for gifts, good times, and minimal discipline. Every dad needs to be aware that this often sets the tone for their custody case. Below are 10 important considerations we share with clients going through a custody case.

1. Be inclusive on information regarding the child.

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