Custody means the rights of a parent to make major decisions in a child’s life. Access refers to the amount of time a non-custodial parent can see the child, and be informed about the child’s health, eduction and welfare. In such disputes the dominant principle is the “best interests of the child”. Often the best arrangement is one that minimally disrupts the existing environment of the child, as this is often in the child’s best interests. Custody and Access is a highly sensitive area that may involve the assessments, third-party intervention, and a great deal of emphasis on finding an appropriate schedule for the child in both parties’ lives. David H. Nuri, Barrister & Solicitor can help you in your Custody and Access dispute.