In The Child's Best Interest

Many divorces involve more than figuring out which spouse or partner gets what property and if and how much one spouse must pay to the other in alimony or child support. Often, divorcing parents have disagreements about who should have custody of their children, and like many other divorce issues, it's usually up to the court to settle the dispute.

Ultimately custody decisions are based on which custody arrangements best serve the interests of the child. A determination of what's best for any particular child requires a case-by-case examination of both the needs of the child and the advantages presented by those seeking custody. Our firm has the experience to help determine what is ultimately in the best interest of a child. We can help you navigate the court system, which often requires indept knowledge of procedures and approaches to ensure that ultimately the child suffers the least amount of trauma.