Unfortunately, divorce and custody issues can create feelings of alienation. You may believe your ex-spouse is conditioning your children to not want to see you. Or perhaps your ex-spouse is physically keeping a child from visiting you.
If your ex-spouse is violating your current custody order, we can file a complaint for contempt. We would represent your case in the contempt hearing, presenting evidence to support your claims. We also have extensive experience representing parents facing contempt charges.
Our goal as your attorney is to seek resolutions to high-conflict issues. We are committed to helping you make custody and visitation arrangements that are in the best interests of your minor children while protecting your rights as a parent. Whether you are being accused of wrongdoing or have been wronged, we can help you understand your legal options.
We can help you and your ex-spouse seek a common, reasonable parenting plan for the sake of your children. These plans would spell out in a detailed fashion each parent’s responsibilities and timelines. Every minor and major holiday would be defined, including summer and winter vacations.
Many individuals are not aware that under state law, the court can switch custody when it feels it is warranted. If the court feels both parents are equally manipulative or responsible for abuse, the court can place your children in foster care. Our goal is to pursue resolution short of court intervention.
Free Initial Consultation
Contact us today for a free initial consultation.