Protecting Your Relationship With Your Child In Child Custody Matters
Few issues in family law carry the potential for creating as much conflict as those related to child custody and visitation. Every parent has strong ideas about how to raise their child, and no parent wants anything to interfere with that relationship. Whether as part of a divorce or as a stand-alone family law issue, child custody determinations can be emotionally difficult and volatile.
Securing experienced representation can provide you with the strongest opportunity to avoid unnecessary conflict and protect your relationship with your child.
When possible, California’s family courts make every effort to provide both parents a role in their child’s life. This often means that parents will share legal and physical child custody. That being said, child custody determinations are always made with the best interests of a child in mind.
Factors the courts may consider when making decisions related to custody and visitation include:
- A child’s age
- A child’s health (emotional and physical)
- A child’s ties to the community in which he or she lives
- A child’s ties to each parent
- Each parent’s ability and desire to care for a child
- Existence of history of domestic or substance abuse by either parent
Certified Legal Specialists In Family Law
At Thompson & Thompson, we know how important it is for parents to maintain a prominent role in their child’s life. Our firm is dedicated to helping you protect your relationship with your child regardless of the circumstances that arise. With decades of combined experience, our attorneys provide the exceptional legal representation you can rely on when what you value most is at stake.
We have built a reputation for excellence in both the local family courts and the local community. Attorneys Byron C. Thompson and Blake D. Thompson are board-certified family law specialists in the state of California who are proud of the successes they have been able to achieve on behalf of hundreds of clients.
Is The Determination Of Paternity Part Of Your Child Custody Issue?
For couples who were not married at the time of the birth of their child, the determination of paternity can be a major issue when child custody and visitation are being settled. We can help you through paternity and child custody issues.
Contact The Inland Empire Child Custody Attorneys Of Thompson & Thompson
Do not face the challenges of child custody issues without effective guidance and advocacy. Turn to the skilled and experienced family law attorneys of Thompson & Thompson. To schedule an initial consultation with one of our Southern California child custody lawyers, call toll free at 800-448-8856 or contact us online.