Protecting Parent-Child Bonds In Child Custody Issues
How Do Courts Award Custody?
In many cases, the courts believe in shared parenting and prefer to award joint custody. However, that is not required and in reality, it varies from county to county and case to case. In Clarksville, judges will formulate something close to a 50-50 arrangement, if possible. In other counties, judges prefer there to be one primary residential parent with physical custody. Having handled cases from county to county, lawyer Steven Girsky knows how to prepare depending on who will preside over your case.
If your child custody dispute is part of your divorce, it is just one of many questions you may have. Ready to walk you through the entire process, attorney Girsky will provide you with the information you need to make the right decision for your family regarding your divorce and child custody concerns.
Advocating For Your Visitation Rights
One of the most important parts of resolving a child custody dispute is coming up with a shared parenting time arrangement. No one wants to give up sole custody of their children. However, by coming up with a shared custody and parenting time plan tailored to the needs of your family, you can do what is best for you and your children.
Take Action To Preserve Your Relationship
The Law Office of Steven C. Girsky is open during weekly business hours, but also offers off-site, evening and weekend appointments to clients in the Clarksville and Hopkinsville areas. Payment plans are available and credit cards are accepted. Contact the office today for a free initial consultation.
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