“There are a lot of child custody types, each with different indications and rules that always have to be followed to the letter. Temporary child custody is definitely one of the child custody types that is important. It is highly important and will just be given for short periods of time. A number of possible investigations are done during the period that is given. As you might expect, the court is only considering the best care for the child.
In most cases we are to see temporary child custody when other factors appear. The one example that is most common is linked with parents taking part in divorces and not still living in the same house. One parent usually gets temporary child custody if such a case happens. In most situation this is also the parent that gains full custody when the trial is over but this is not always so.
Temporary child custody time varies from case to case but a minimum of 1 month is usually standard. Unfortunately most legal disputes involved in a divorce will last long. Good news is offered by the fact that visiting rights are usually given to the parent that does not get temporary child custody. In most situations the child’s wishes are mainly taken into account and not other factors.
Unfortunately there were many studies that pointed out that children can be negatively impacted by such circumstances. He/she will get used to a new way of life and once the divorce is finalized this will change again. This has to be the number one reason why in most situations we see that the parent that gains temporary child custody is to also gain full custody. What always needs to stay in the back of your mind is seriously thinking about making the divorce you are a part of fast. This reduces the immediate impact that will appear on your child and this is what actually needs to be important, much more important than spouse problems.”