Judge allows new parenting plans to take effect for Jenelle Evans

There may be Maryland parents currently facing serious challenges with regard to custody of their children. Developing parenting plans after divorce or in unmarried situations can be especially challenging. Teen Mom 2 star Jenelle Evans knows all about the topic, as she and her estranged mother have been fighting over her 7-year-old son for quite some time.

The boy lives with his grandmother, who heretofore has highly restricted her own daughter's visits with the child. However, the younger Evans won a small victory in court recently when the judge ruled that such restrictions can no longer be made. Jenelle Evans says she looks forward to spending much more time with her child, and she plans to return to court when the time is right to continue fighting for full custody.

The judge told the older Evans that she needs to stop focusing on herself and consider the child's best interests as she moves forward in life. Jenelle Evans apparently won't even speak to her mother and says she has no intention of trying to resume any type of positive relationship with the woman. She just wants to raise her own son in her own home.

Jenelle Evans has two other children and is planning to get married soon. In the meantime, she says she's thrilled her mother can no longer restrict her visits with her son, and she looks forward to the day when she can convince the court to grant her full custody. Any Maryland parent facing challenges regarding new parenting plans after divorce or in another familial situation can seek assistance by requesting a meeting with an experienced family law attorney.

Source: eonline.com, "Jenelle Evans Reaches Custody Battle Agreement Over Son Jace: ''I'm Happy But Devastated''", McKenna Aiello, Holly Passalaqua, May 24, 2017