In disputes over custody, sometimes the central issue in dispute can be a particular child's health concern. Often, the child's primary carer has been responsible for seeing specialists, dealing with the treatment for the health condition and administering medication. While one parent might have intimate knowledge of a particular state, the other parent might not be so knowledgeable.
ADHDDoes your child have ADHD? If you wonder how that will impact your child custody case contact Cudmore Legal Family Lawyers Brisbane Co today. We often hear one parent might dispute the fact that a child has ADHD, or even refusing to medicate a child because of ADHD.While most children have a limited attention span, it doesn't mean they have ADHD. In a family law case, for a diagnosis of ADHD to be considered as evidence, it must be made by a trained professional. Symptoms of ADHD can often strain the relationship between the parent's pre-separation.Every family is different but it can be notoriously difficult for children with ADHD to go through a family law separation. Family law court should be avoided in nearly all family law cases, but even more so for those children that have ADHD.
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