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We are experienced in representing parties in divorce, child custody, visitation and support matters. Contested child custody cases are often the most contentious of disputes in Family Courts. Understanding how to best present your case to the Judge is critical in a child custody dispute. Detail oriented preparation is crucial to your success in Court. Judges often take into consideration the best interests of the children as well as several other factors in determining child custody. Our child custody lawyers are knowledgeable and experienced in representing both parents, mothers and fathers, in custody fights. Whether married parties going thru a divorce or unmarried parties to a child custody dispute, our attorneys have the experience necessary to aggressively represent you.

When it comes to parenting times, every parent wants as much time as possible with their children. Depending on your case, you may need an aggressive attorney to fight on your behalf. Other times, a more amicable and collaborative approach may be appropriate. Your relationship with your children is a top priority during a divorce. If you are facing a divorce and are concerned about securing physical custody of your children, please contact us as soon as possible to protect your rights.

Child Visitation

Parenting time or visitation schedules are important to any child custody dispute. Courts have the ability to award joint physical custody to both parents OR to award sole physical custody to one parent. In the case of sole custody, the non-custodial parent is typically granted appropriate parenting time or visitation with the minor children. Weekly, vacation periods, summer breaks and holidays are common periods of visitation. If you want an attorney to fight to get you the visitation time you deserve with your children, contact a child visitation attorney today!

Whether you are facing a divorce or need a post-divorce modification of an existing order, our attorneys can provide the best strategy to protect your rights to obtain custody, support or visitation time with your children.