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Actor Brad Pitt hopeful new ruling will allow more parenting time

California residents are likely used to seeing headlines full of celebrity drama. Hollywood remains the heart of the global film and television industry, and people around the world like to keep up with their favorite stars.  Sometimes fans feel as if they can relate when big time stars face real world issues. The once iconic couple that is Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have recently found themselves splashed across media outlets as the story unfolds about their heated custody dispute, in which Pitt claims he is being denied adequate parenting time by Jolie. 

Child custody dispute crosses state lines

Many California parents may be all too familiar with the type of stress that can arise from trying to come to terms with a custody order. A child custody order is put into place by the courts to detail the physical and legal and financial role each parent shall play in the lives of their mutual children. A child support order takes care of the financial aspects. Many times, these orders can alleviate disputes between parents, but when one or both parents finds themselves disinclined to accept a custody arrangement, disaster can strike. 

False accusations of domestic violence by alleged theif

California residents are likely aware that law enforcement takes reports of violent crime quite seriously. Domestic violence in particular can be a frightening situation for victims, and for police that respond to the scene. Often, police react by removing the person accused from the situation, and conduct an investigation after the fact. This method is used to ensure the immediate safety of potential victims, and prevent further incidents at the scene. 

Girl reported missing amid child custody dispute.

California parents would likely agree that when it comes to arguments over the custody of their children, it can be difficult to reach an agreement. Often, parents that share children but maintain separate households quickly become familiar with a court-mandated custody order.  Court orders are put into place to make clear the role of each parent, and outline what must be done to ensure that the order is obeyed. Many times, parents may be able to follow such an order in an amicable manner; sometimes, though, frustration or uncertainty can lead to a child custody dispute.

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