The outcome of your child custody case will be with you for years to come. It’s vital to choose a law firm that keeps this in mind and considers your case from a parent’s perspective.
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The ultimate aim in cases of child custody is to secure “the best interests of the child.” Avoiding the stress and expense of litigation is always preferable, so we encourage the parties involved to try to come to an agreement on what’s best for the child. Sometimes it’s necessary to go to court and let the judge decide what’s best. In these cases, you’ll want the expertise of an attorney who is committed to helping you get the best outcome for your child.
Figuring out the future of your child is a stressful time for every member of your family. Making the situation as stress-free as possible for you and your children, and getting your child the best outcome, is our goal.
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