Securing Favorable Child Custody And Visitation Rights
Agreeing to child custody and visitation terms can be difficult during divorce negotiations. It is hard to find common ground when estranged spouses have different perspectives on how to best raise their children. If parents are involved in a bitter divorce, they may refuse to compromise when debating terms. In these situations, it’s the kids, not the estranged spouse, who suffer the most.
If you are a parent involved in divorce proceedings, your No. 1 goal may be to defend your child’s best interests. Negotiating a favorable agreement on your own can be an overwhelming task without a legal background. You may not know which paperwork to submit or be able to predict how your arrangement will hold up in the future. In Kentucky, family court judges do allow parents to modify their agreement, but this process can be complex and costly.
At Wilson, Stavros, Rowsey & Thomas, our lawyers can ensure that you follow the appropriate procedures and identify possible flaws that are present in the custody agreement. Our family law attorneys have substantial experience in this area and are able to explain the long-term consequences associated with a custody arrangement. It is important to our team that your agreement supports your children’s needs now and in the future.
Providing Solutions For A Variety Of Custody Matters
At our Ashland office, our legal team designs effective strategies for a range of concerned family law clients, including:
- Noncustodial parents
- Nonbiological parents
- Unwed parents
In addition to helping our clients establish custody agreements and visitation rights, we also represent clients in modification and enforcement matters. For example, if you or your estranged spouse decides to move out of state, we can defend your case in court.
Our attorneys have been practicing family law for decades and are committed residents in Boyd County and the surrounding areas. We use our local legal insight to secure optimal results for you and your children for all of your family law matters.