The phone coaching sessions are designed so you can have a fast, efficient, and economical way of scheduling a coaching session to discuss your child custody, child custody evaluation, and/or divorce related matter via telephone in the comfort and privacy of your own home.Phone coaching is flexible and allows you the opportunity to request an appointment before work, after work, or on a weekend or at any time that is convenient for you.In these circumstances, the court shall ensure that any order regarding custody or visitation is specific as to time, day, place, and manner of transfer of the child as set forth in subdivision (b) of Section 6323.(2) The provisions of this subdivision shall not apply if the parties stipulate in writing or on the record regarding custody or visitation.
(e) (1) Where allegations about a parent pursuant to subdivision (b) or (d) have been brought to the attention of the court in the current proceeding, and the court makes an order for sole or joint custody to that parent, the court shall state its reasons in writing or on the record.
: Frequent and Continuing Contact with Both Parents Absent child abuse, domestic violence, or where the contact would not be in the best interest of the child, the family court must promote frequent and continuing contact with both parents such that the parents share the rights and responsibilities of raising their child when the parents divorce or separate.
California Family Code Section 3020 (b) states, 3020.
Like most states, the standard for child custody determinations in California is the overall best interest of the child with an emphasis on assuring the "health, safety, and welfare" of the child and "frequent and continuing contact" with both parents absent child abuse, domestic violence, or where the contact would not be in the best interest of the child as provided in the California family code section 3011 (See California Family Code Section 3011, 3020, 3040, 3080.
Further, according to California family code section 3040, child custody should be granted in an order of preference and according to the best interest of the child.