Examples of behavior that qualifies under this factor are numerous. The inability to communicate and agree regarding a child’s: schedule, schooling, medication, visitation, and dates, pick up and drop off times are just some examples of behavior that can cost a parent the custody of their child. Child custody orders are black and white and cut and dry. Raising a child is not. When problems arise, the ability of two parents to compromise can be a challenge. This is especially true when the two parents don’t like each other.
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See what the Virginia Code says about resolving disputes regarding children: