Understand How Custody Law Will Work In Your Family
You may be a mother or father who is preparing to divorce or is already divorced. Alternatively, you may be an unmarried parent cohabiting or separated from the other parent. In any such circumstances, a child custody order can provide you and your child(ren) with valuable protections. If you are about to divorce, it will be a mandatory part of your court order.
No matter what challenges you are facing – perhaps fighting for time with your children or for your right to receive or pay appropriate levels of child support – our team of legal professionals can help you pursue the best available outcome. Call the Law Offices of Aaron C. Smith, APC, today to start the conversation.
Protect Your Child’s Well-Being And Your Parent-Child Relationship
You don’t have to face the challenges of family life on your own. Turn to our team for help with even a complex case and get the support you need from an attorney from our firm, established in 2006. Get counsel on child-related issues such as:
- Child custody and support
- Modifications and enforcement of child custody and support orders
- Fathers’ rights and mothers’ rights
- Grandparents’ visitation rights
- Nonparent custody arrangements
- Stepparent adoptions
You need legal representation on your side, even if you believe that you and the other parent agree about custody in advance of a divorce or in a single-parent situation. Don’t make unenforceable agreements with the other parent before getting legal counsel. Our lawyers can help ensure that you understand and stand up for your rights as a divorcing, divorced or unmarried parent.
Overcome Your Legal Challenges When Custody, Visitation Or Support Is In Question
You may be unsure about whether you are ready to file divorce papers or take a legal stand as an unmarried parent. You may be worried about what could happen to your child if you act too quickly. Learn what your options are, what your challenges are likely to be and what you could expect in a case like yours.
We urge you to call us at 760-974-8605 or talk with us promptly in person or in a videoconference. Schedule a no-obligation consultation with a member of our team to talk about your parental rights and responsibilities.