One of the hardest decisions a parent or guardian can face in a custody dispute is whether to violate a custody order when they believe the other parent is endangering their child or not acting in the child’s best interests. As anyone who has been involved in the custody process can attest, the wheels of justice turn rather slowly and make it difficult for a parent to address an issue quickly by changing the terms of a custody order through the usual channels. This leads to parents usually acting hastily, which can cause trouble down the line when the case finally does find its way into court.
So, what does a person do to make sure that their child is safe and secure, while still acting within the confines of the law? Continue reading