Protecting Your Parental Rights And Building A Plan
Arizona courts recognize the importance of fostering a healthy child and fulfilling relationship between a parent and a child. Whether you are the father or mother, the days of losing touch with your children in the aftermath of a divorce because of an unfavorable judge’s ruling are the stuff of movies and legend. But, that doesn’t mean that there aren’t significant issues to be addressed during a divorce or paternity case and when deciding matters of child custody and parenting time.
At Morse Law Group in Phoenix, Arizona, our first and primary concern is to protect your parental rights and your relationship with your children. We can address the concerns you have regarding sole and joint custody. We will also help you build a reasonable and enforceable parenting plan that will address the questions you haven’t even thought of yet.
Building Plans Based On Your Situation And Our Experience
We have worked with countless divorce and family law clients, and helped people through the sometimes-contentious landscape of child custody disputes. Morse Law Group has experience as a litigator and a strong ability to negotiate on your behalf. We can help you create a workable custody and parenting plan or, if necessary, advocate for your proposed parenting plan in court.
We will make sure that your big concerns about your child’s upbringing, such as education, medical care and religious matters, are respected. But, we will also help you build the long-term plans that will meet the day-to-day needs of raising a child. We help you answer questions you might not have thought to ask:
- Where will the child spend the holidays?
- Who will be responsible for picking him or her up from school when sick?
- Who will be in charge of extracurricular activities?
- How will vacations be handled?
- Who makes the decisions or becomes the first point of contact in a sudden emergency?
We help you work with the other parent to develop a Parenting Plan that is realistic, enforceable and reasonable.
Need More Information Regarding Child Custody?
Whether you can work directly with your former partner in a collaborative setting, or you need to fight for your child custody rights and plan in the courtroom, our office can help.
Contact us online or by phone at 602-857-9320 today to put our office to work for your child custody concerns.