Children are the most important consideration in a divorce. The parent who handles the children’s care will have a major impact on their health and emotional well-being.
When responsibility for critical decisions involving health, religion and education falls to both parents, it is called joint custody. Sole custody involves one parent having exclusive responsibility for important decisions. In most cases, the parent with sole custody receives child support from the non-custodial parent. Several different custody options are possible. Our family law attorneys can help assess your needs and those of your children and will do our very best to negotiate an appropriate custody arrangement.
Our law firm routinely helps parents negotiate, enforce and modify child custody arrangements. We can help ensure custody is reasonable, that your rights are upheld, and your children’s relationship with their parents is preserved.
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