Custody/Modification Strategy Session
-Protecting Those You Love-
- 1 hr1 hour
- 225 US dollars$225
- Online Session
Child custody deals with the issue of legal custody and physical custody. In Texas, “custody” and “conservatorship” are terms used to define the rights and duties of each parent including where the child or children will reside. If is encouraged that if at all possible divorcing parents come to an agreement as to the best interest of the child(ren). If the divorcing parents cannot come to an agreement, court intervention will be necessary and the court will make a decision as to who the child(ren) should reside with. Each parent will have certain legal rights. Some legal rights are shared by both parents at all times while other legal rights may only apply when the child is with that parent. The Best Interest of the Child When determining the issue of custody, the best interest of the child the main concern for the court. The court will make a finding of best interest based upon all evidence provided to include but not limited: the wishes of the child; the needs of the child; the relationship with each parent and other family members; which parent will allow meaningful access; the living environment; relocation issues; the mental and physical health of all parties, these are also known as the Holly Factors. Watts Legal Firm PLLC, realizes that protecting those you love from harm is your number one priority whether is during a divorce or after. We also understand it can be a difficult task in which you may need to assistance of an attorney. Watts Legal Firm PLLC, represent mothers and fathers with a wide variety of custody and visitation issues. Our experience includes handling custody matters related to parents going through a divorce, common law marriage, military divorce, visitation arrangements, and those needing modifications to their current custody court order. We have an experienced staff that can handle every type of custody matter, including: Parental relocation Enforcement of visitation Motions to deny visitation Custody issues when parents live in different states
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STE 115 45 NE Loop 410, San Antonio, TX, USA