Small town child custody lawyers who deliver effective results.
At Anthem Law, we don’t believe that children should be the losers when their parents are divorcing. We make sure that our clients never forget what is really at stake in child custody issues. Fortunately, according to the American Psychologist Association statistics, divorcing parents find an agreeable child custody solution in 90% of divorce custody cases.
We know that mediated or negotiated amicable agreements are almost always in the best interest of the children. We strongly encourage our clients to consider alternative dispute resolution (ADR) or a mediated settlement for our clients with child custody concerns.
Contact our offices to discuss your pending child custody legal issues.
We will help you come to a child custody arrangement that provides a stable parental environment for your children.
When one or both parties can’t come to a reasonable child custody arrangement, we use our experience to help you understand the way a family court judge is likely to see things in your divorce. The most important consideration of the courts will be to determine what factors will best meet the “psychological” needs of your children. Even when one or both parents have legitimate needs and concerns, the children’s best interest will be the key consideration for a family law judge. When a reasonable custody arrangement cannot be reached, we call on professional resources necessary to make sure the courts understand your children’s best interests.
Learn more about divorce and child custody issues at our Divorce FAQ page.
Our child custody representation and services include:
- Alternative dispute resolution (ADR) and mediated custody arrangements
- Professional evaluation of child’s best interests
- Child support issues
- Custodial parent relocation, move away
- Support enforcement
- Custody modifications
- Paternity issues, father’s rights
- Visitation rights enforcement
Contact our offices of Anthem Law to schedule a consultation about your child custody dispute today.