Solutions to Complex Child Custody Issues
There is no doubt that issues involving child custody and parenting schedules can leave your entire family in disarray, possibly for years. Having the right New York child custody lawyer on your side can mean the difference between a custody arrangement that everyone can live with and adapt to versus an emotional battle that can potentially ruin any chance of successfully co-parenting in the future.
Divorce is an emotional time and clients often come to us thinking that the children are part of the winnings. The courts don’t see it that way. No matter how frustrated you are with your spouse, judges are concerned with what is in the children’s best interest and welfare.
That’s why we take the time to listen and understand what you think is best, and then work diligently toward finding the right solution.We listen. We care. We respond. By working together closely, we will find the child custody resolution that is truly best for everyone and that the courts will agree to. We are powerful advocates, intelligent negotiators and compassionate professionals.We have extensive experience handling all types of divorce and child custody matters, including:
- Complex child custody disputes
- Joint custody and shared custody arrangements
- Post-judgment modifications of existing custody orders and parenting time arrangements
- Custodial child relocations and move-away cases
- Termination of parental rights (TPR)
- Stepparent adoptions
- Paternity proceedings
- Grandparent’s rights
Our child custody attorneys have the experience and professional resources to handle the most complex child custody cases. When necessary, we bring in independent child welfare specialists to find the best possible resolution for your family.
Contact Our Child Custody Lawyers in New York
Contact us to arrange a consultation with an experienced New York divorce and family law attorney on our team. We have offices in Walden and Monticello, and we represent clients in family law courts throughout the Hudson Valley in New York.