There’s nothing more difficult for many divorcing parents than the process of deciding who gets custody of their child, or how often visitation will occur. No matter how you make your arrangements, someone is going to be missing out on valuable time with your kids. If you’re involved in a child custody dispute, you want to be sure that you’ll be able to properly parent your child or children: you need an attorney who will help you negotiate, prepare your arguments, and take your case before a judge if necessary. Contact us today at (727) 269-5300 for a free consultation, or to learn more about how we can help you build your child custody case.
At Khonsari Law Group, we have extensive experience with child custody cases. We’ve helped many parents come to equitable arrangements, both in the initial stages after a divorce when they’re struggling to decide how to share the child’s time, and in later stages, as the child grows and their needs change. We’ve successfully shifted primary custody to a different parent when the child’s needs have changed or the custodial parent is no longer caring for the child’s needs; we’ve helped parents renegotiate holidays or visitation; and we’ve mediated situations when one parent needs to move out of the area. Regardless of the scenario, our experienced attorneys want to help you reach an arrangement that will work best for you and your child.
Whether you’re in the middle of a divorce, or you’ve been separated from your child’s parent for years, there are several situations when child custody concerns might arise. These can include, for example:
If you’re struggling with a child custody dispute, it’s important to work with an experienced lawyer. This will ensure that you’re treated fairly throughout every stage of the process, and can maximize the odds of an outcome in your best interests.
When it comes to a child custody dispute, there are generally two parties involved: the child’s parents. In some cases, however, grandparents, stepparents, and others involved in the child’s daily care may also have rights to some of the child’s time. When these disputes arise, it’s important to involve a lawyer as early as possible; laws governing child custody, visitation, and parenting are complex, and it’s wise to consult an attorney experienced in Florida family law.
When courts consider child custody arrangements, there are a number of factors that need to be evaluated. The “standard” arrangement of spending every other weekend with the noncustodial parent may not work for everyone involved; if you’re trying to settle a custody arrangement for your child or children, make sure you’re considering:
If you’re in the middle of a child support case, it’s normal to need help: whether you’re looking for a lawyer to help you secure payment for your child’s expenses, or you’re hoping to reduce the amount of your current child support payments due to financial hardship, contact us today at (727) 269-5300. We’ll schedule a free consultation, answer your questions, and help you take the next steps to reaching a child support resolution that is fair, equitable, and most importantly, in the best interests of your child.