When Spouses Go to Court against Each Other, the Future of Their Children is at Stake
When a couple decides to terminate their relationship, there can be one of two outcomes: they settle matters amicably and all decisions are made mutually, or they face a conflict that leads to a long and protracted legal battle. In either case, you are responsible for securing your children’s future. While you may no longer want to deal with your spouse, you cannot ignore the fact that he/she is the parent of your children. Therefore, you have to decide on your roles accordingly. This is where our experienced family law attorneys can help.
We are aware of the fact that children can get affected by a divorce. The decisions are made by their parents without their involvement. Given that you are in a state of emotional trauma due to the situation, it is important that you have someone to guide you towards making the right decisions. We provide empathetic and supportive legal guidance to spouses who are deciding the future of their children after their divorce or separation. We can help you with
- Deciding who gets primary custody
- Deciding the visitation rights of the other parent
- Deciding who pays for child support (and how much)
- Determining paternity
As a parent, we know that you have the best interests of your children at heart. Talk to us and we will help you make decisions that protect your rights without compromising your children’s security and wellbeing.
Trust your case to an expert in family law. Call Matthew Sheasby, Attorney at Law, at (909) 922-2543 to discuss your case.