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Montgomery County parents seeking child custody look no further

| Dec 11, 2015 | Child Custody and Visitation

Going through a divorce, or any other situation where a child custody arrangement is applicable, can be a confusing time. All you want is to be a part of your child’s life in a meaningful way. Regardless if you are seeking shared or full custody, every parent needs access to knowledgeable and professional counsel if they so desire. This can be especially useful if a parent does not understand the process of obtaining child custody in the state of Tennessee.

It’s okay if you are a parent who isn’t sure about the child custody process or what to expect. Most parents just want to be an important person and decision maker in their child’s life. This is where the legal team at The Law Office of Steven C. Girsky comes in. We ensure that you and your child’s best interests are realized in the child custody process.

Shared child custody is a great option for parents who are positive and beneficial influences in their child’s life. Parents need to be able to provide for their child emotionally and financially in order to be considered for a shared child custody arrangement in Tennessee. If you are involved in a complicated child custody situation, there are options and legal solutions out there that you may not have explored yet.

Oftentimes, family courts seek to arrange a shared custody arrangement, when possible. However, sometimes it isn’t, and there is a better arrangement to be had that is in the best interests of the child. Sometimes this includes child custody arrangement where one parent has full custody and the other has visitation rights. Sometimes it means parents share legal custody and one has full physical custody. Whatever the arrangement, the professionals at The Law Office of Steven C. Girsky keep their clients’ best interests at heart.


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