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Child Custody

When determining child custody, visitation and matters related to the proper allocation of parental responsibilities, either during or after a divorce or for unmarried parents, the courts will decide based on the best interests of the child. What is in a child’s best interest may not be easily determined. Additionally, the difference between joint and sole legal custody may be unclear. In these situations, an experienced Child Custody lawyer can explain the process of allocation of parental responsibilities (parenting time) and guide you through to a favorable outcome that benefits you and your child.

When a parent is awarded sole physical custody, the noncustodial parent is allowed parenting time, also known as visitation. Conflicts can arise when the custodial parent interferes with visits. A greater problem may occur when a custodial parent decides to move out of state or at a distance that creates hardship for the noncustodial parent.

The courts in Texas resolve relocation, and other custody disputes, based on the best interests of the child. There are also cases in which concerned third parties, most often grandparents, allege that neither parent is fit to have custody of the children. Our office has extensive experience with grandparents’ rights cases and representing aggrieved parties in disputes over custody and visitation.

Your relationship with your children is worth any fight. Our law office negotiates fair custody arrangements and litigates aggressively to protect our clients’ rights. To schedule an initial consultation, call us today or contact our office online. We serve clients in Bell County and throughout Central Texas.

Child Custody

When determining child custody, visitation and matters related to the proper allocation of parental responsibilities, either during or after a divorce or for unmarried parents, the courts will decide based on the best interests of the child. What is in a child’s best interest may not be easily determined. Additionally, the difference between joint and sole legal custody may be unclear. In these situations, an experienced Child Custody lawyer can explain the process of allocation of parental responsibilities (parenting time) and guide you through to a favorable outcome that benefits you and your child.

When a parent is awarded sole physical custody, the noncustodial parent is allowed parenting time, also known as visitation. Conflicts can arise when the custodial parent interferes with visits. A greater problem may occur when a custodial parent decides to move out of state or at a distance that creates hardship for the noncustodial parent.

The courts in Texas resolve relocation, and other custody disputes, based on the best interests of the child. There are also cases in which concerned third parties, most often grandparents, allege that neither parent is fit to have custody of the children. Our office has extensive experience with grandparents’ rights cases and representing aggrieved parties in disputes over custody and visitation.

Your relationship with your children is worth any fight. Our law office negotiates fair custody arrangements and litigates aggressively to protect our clients’ rights. To schedule an initial consultation, call us today or contact our office online. We serve clients in Bell County and throughout Central Texas.

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Our attorneys have a unique background and skill set to bring to your case. With our convenient Temple location, we are able to represent cases throughout Central Texas. Contact our office today through email or call us to schedule a confidential consultation with one of our experienced attorneys.

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109 W Avenue D
Copperas Cove, TX 76522

Phone: (254) 577-4385
Email: mneveu@zacharyboydlaw.com

 

Serving Clients In:

Bell County, Coryell County, McLennan County, Falls County and Williamson County, including Temple, Belton, Killeen, Fort Hood, Georgetown, Marlin, Waco, and Round Rock