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Actress involved in custody dispute

From relocation to property division and alimony, there are a wide variety of challenges that some parents have to deal with after a divorce. However, child custody matters can be particularly emotional for parents in Clinton Township, Michigan, and throughout the United States. Whether parents are fighting for visitation rights or legal custody of their child, it is very important for anyone who is in this position to closely evaluate the ins and outs of their situation and pinpoint the smartest course of action.

Actress Hilary Duff, known for her appearances on the hit television program Lizzie McGuire, is involved in a child custody dispute with her former husband. The couple, who was married for three years, recently divorced and Duff's former husband is now seeking joint custody of their 3-year-old son.

After living apart for a year, Hilary Duff filed for divorce in February because her former spouse allegedly approached women while drunk on numerous occasions. Sources claim that the actress is concerned about how her former husband's way of life could affect his parenting abilities.

For many parents, a child custody dispute can be incredibly difficult. However, it is imperative for parents to work hard to secure an outcome that is in the best interests of the child. Divorce can be very painful for children and parents should do everything they can to make separation easier for their kids. For some people, talking to an experienced legal professional is an excellent way to ensure that the right steps are taken.

Source: VCPost.com, "Hilary Duff, Mike Comrie brewing child custody battle; Will the Lizzie McGuire Star give up her child?," April 24, 2015

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