Expertise in all areas of Florida child custody

For many people, when they think of child custody issues, they only think of a custody order that is determined during a divorce and by which both parents must adhere post-marriage. The truth is that there are far more situations in which child custody could become a significant issue, and they each come with their own particular complexities. From individuals claiming paternity of a child over which they have no custody to grandparents seeking visitation or custody rights, there are many circumstances that may require family law.

 

No matter what your custody issue may be, it is in your best interests to consult an attorney. Child custody is an extremely serious matter, and the courts treat it as such. When determining custody matters, they will always do what is in the best interests of the child, but because this is open to interpretation, the best thing you can do is prove that you are a positive influence on the life of the child in question.

Another factor of child custody that should be considered is that no custody arrangement is final. Circumstances change all the time, and depending on the reasons for which you were denied custody or awarded less custody, you could take legal action to have the custody order modified even after it has been placed.

What this can mean for you is that if you were denied custody because a long work schedule did not allow you to spend enough time to adequately care for your child, you could receive a greater custody arrangement if your work schedule changes. Whatever your child custody issue may be, please visit our webpage to learn how we can help you gain a better understanding of Florida's custody laws and help you build a stronger case for your custodial rights.

 

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