Divorce with child custody and support
The most important aspect of your divorce is in regards to your children. Although the Judge and the Court may have your best interest at heart, they can never know the special needs that your children have. You are the best person to determine what is best for your children. The parents typically know what custody and visitation arrangement is best for the children. You know whether child support calculations needs to be handled, or whether no child support should be ordered. We help you through the process.
We know how important it is to you to have the custody part of your divorce documents prepared with the utmost care. It is also important for you to make sure that you understand the types of custody so you can be assured that we prepare the documents correctly. We will personally review the information you put into our questionnaire and will prepare the child custody documents to reflect how you want to handle the issues of child custody and child support. If we have any questions, someone in our divorce department will contact you and discuss these provisions.
In some cases, it is best for the children to have equal time with both parents. Sometimes it is best for one parent to have some type of limited parenting time with the children. Whatever your situation is, we will make sure that the divorce documents are prepared to handle the custody of your children the way you feel is best.
Custody and support takes more into effect than visitation schedules and support. A full parenting plan will outline who makes the decisions regarding the children, how insurance is handled, when the children can leave the State, visitation by relatives, hospital treatment, dispute resolution, and many other factors. We will make sure that all of these issues are outlined in the parenting plan that we include with your divorce documents.