Child Custody

We take a personalized approach when assisting our clients in navigating the difficult issues involved in custody and parenting time resolutions. We will assist you in determining which custodial arrangement works best for your children. We want to try to reduce any friction that comes with this process so we can outline the times each parent gets to spend with their child(ren) and can help explain the guidelines and alternatives available to you. We will guide you through all the steps in reaching agreements concerning your child(ren)’s living arrangement, and if an agreement cannot be reached, will zealously advocate on your behalf.

Parents can have both physical and legal custody of their child(ren). Physical custody refers to which parent the child(ren) will live with. Mom and Dad can share physical custody of the child(ren) or the child(ren) may reside with only one parent. Legal custody can be shared by both Mom and Dad as well and gives them the ability to make decisions regarding the child(ren)’s upbringing, including education, religion and health care. Legal custody can also be placed solely with one parent who may make such decisions, after discussion with the other parent.