Child custody can be a stressful and contentious issue between separated parents. No parent wants to lose time with their children, and no child wants to be separated from their school or friends, but arrangements must be made that satisfy the needs of both the parents and the child. While the courts work hard to assure that any custody arrangement suits the best interest of the child, there are many instances in which you know best how to maintain a relationship with your child after divorce.
It is important to consult a qualified attorney before any agreements are made, as it may affect your custody arrangement and be difficult to modify at a later time. We will help guide you through these trying times and assure a fair agreement that is best for you, and your child.