A child has a right to have both parents in his or her life. This is not only a right but also in the child’s best interests. Parents should, therefore, put their personal issues aside and work towards ensuring the child’s interest are upheld when it comes to contact and care. However, sometimes this is not possible, and the law needs to step in. Parents may first consider mediation. However, if this fails, the courts may have to be approached.
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