The world of child support and custody isn't as wild as it seems. Legally there are only a few things that are truly governed by the courts. Outside of those, you can't really force the other parent to do something, and that includes seeing the child as long as they are following all court-ordered requirements. If you feel like you're not getting enough support overall from the other parent -- monetary or otherwise -- the only things you can really go after are enforcing the already existing agreements that the court has set up.
Hiring a divorce attorney is a bit like finding the perfect pair of shoes. There are a lot of great ones out there, but not everyone is the right one for you. The decision of which attorney to hire is not a decision you should take lightly. Here are some tips to help you choose the right one.
1. Do not share an attorney with your ex-spouse.
Sometimes couples figure they will save some cash by sharing an attorney.