Ensuring Your Child’s Best Interests Are Met In Your Child Custody And Visitation Agreement
Few negotiations during divorce proceedings are as emotionally challenging as those that involve child custody and visitation. You and your estranged spouse may agree on other aspects of your divorce; however, different perspectives on parenting may create roadblocks that prolong marriage dissolution.
Since 2008, Foreman Watson Holtrey, LLP, has advocated for concerned parents seeking favorable terms for their custody and visitation arrangements. Our lawyers are gifted negotiators and seasoned litigators. They ably navigate both methods of dispute resolution for our clients in western Kentucky. As a result, they know how to use the law to obtain an outcome that truly supports your child’s needs.
When You Are Fighting For Custody Rights, You Need An Advocate Of Your Own
Our firm has an extensive background in handling intricate family law matters. We use this knowledge to develop plans for addressing:
- Requests for sole custody
- Custody modifications
- Custody enforcement
- Grandparents’ visitation rights
In the past, mothers’ rights were favored over fathers’ rights in custody negotiations. In Kentucky today, one parent is not awarded favorable terms because of gender. Both parents receive joint custody rights unless the family court judge determines this agreement is not in the child’s best interests. For example, if you believe your estranged spouse is unfit due to a history of abuse or neglect, our lawyers will help you present that case.
When you are committed to raising your child as you see fit, it is important to have an experienced family law attorney defend your parenting rights. Our legal team takes pride in our record of success in securing favorable outcomes for parents and children during the divorce process and when unforeseen circumstances require modifications in the future.
Contact Us To Begin Working On Your Strategy Today
Our hometown firm has offices in many towns, including Owensboro, Hartford, Madisonville, Bowling Green and Evansville. Email our attorneys or call us at 270-446-5879 to schedule your no-obligation case assessment.