• Custody
    Child Custody is one of the most difficult issues of the law in that the Court is again trying to determine what is in the best interest of the child and not that of either parent. Many, many factors go into the Court’s making that decision if it cannot be agreed upon between the parents. This type of litigation is lengthy, costly and usually involves a guardian ad litem (court-appointed attorney) to represent the child. The dynamics of the child’s living conditions, the school he/she is attending, church affiliation and other family members in his/her paternal and maternal family support systems. This area of the law is extremely emotional and you will need a dedicated attorney who is likewise working for the best interest of the child to assist you in any custody matter.

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