While it is possible to include language that prohibits contact with your spouse’s parents, you should strongly consider whether your spouse will agree to that.
There are instances where barring an abusive or otherwise damaging person from your child’s life makes sense, but without your spouse’s consent, you’ll likely face a contentious process.
When it comes to crafting sound, enforceable custody agreements, raising issues related to your child’s safety or emotional well being is appropriate.
Trying to drive wedges into relationships with people you think have been unfair to you is not appropriate.
How you advance the idea of cutting the grandparents out – and how your spouse is likely to receive it – has everything to do with whether the issue is your children or yourself.
Handling contentious issues in a custody matter often requires experienced legal help to get the best agreement possible.
Call the attorneys at Zelenitz, Shapiro & D’Agostino today at 718-523-1111 for a free consultation with an experienced Queens child custody attorney.