Child Custody Attorney

The relationship between a child and his or her parents is obviously one of the most important relationships in life. While many people think of custody as one thing, it is divided into two parts. Legal custody refers to decision-making rights for a child. This can include education, religious and health care decisions. Physical custody, in contrast, refers to where a child will reside at any given time. This may be broken down in terms of one parent having primary custody with another having visitation, or in terms of joint physical custody.

Ultimately, the courts act based on what they determine to be in the best interests of the child. Barring extenuating circumstances, this means that the courts will try to foster an ongoing relationship with both parents.

If you are facing any custody issue, it is important to retain experienced family law counsel that will help advocate for you and your children.

Based in North Carolina, our attorney and team have more than three decades of experience working on these and other family law issues. We will partner directly with you to understand your family's unique needs, dynamics and goals. From there, we will do everything we can to advocate for you and reach a best possible outcome in the most effective way. We encourage you to get in touch as soon as possible.

To schedule a discounted consultation, call 704-323-7856 or email the firm to discuss any family law issue, including parental rights, visitation rights or any other custody issue with our Charlotte child custody lawyer.