Take Back Control. Contact a Texas Child Custody Lawyer Who Is On Your Side
Child custody negotiations during divorce proceedings often involve issues concerning visitation rights. Some parents can easily agree on how much time they each spend with their children. But other times, such negotiations can be difficult and contentious, especially when they also involve child support-related issues.
At the Bertolino Law Firm, our experienced Texas divorce lawyers are dedicated to helping couples create a child custody agreement that suits both their schedules and benefits the children. Working with couples to resolve such legal issues requires great skill and finesse. That's why it's critical you have someone with years of experience who understands the legal implications of any potential child custody agreement.
In some situations, there may be one parent who is unfit to claim custody or conservatorship or even to have unsupervised visits. This decision is often based on a history of violence, drug or alcohol use, or a pattern of neglect. If such circumstances apply in your case, one of our family law attorneys will work with you to create the legal protections you need to keep your children in a safe environment.
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On the other hand, there are times that one spouse will use accusations of domestic violence or substance abuse as a way of creating an impression that the other partner is an unfit parent. If you are being falsely accused of behavior dangerous to the well-being of your children, we will vigorously fight to clear your name and give you the access you deserve to your kids. Contact the Bertolino Law Firm - Divorce Lawyer Austin TX.
There may be times after the divorce is finalized that changes need to be made to the child custody arrangement. An Austin, TX divorce lawyer at the Bertolino Law Firm can help you with those adjustments. Maybe one parent is in the military and will be deployed for an extended period of time. Perhaps mom wants to move out of state, but dad doesn't want to have such a physical distance placed between him and his children. In some cases, a change in employment may mean that a new work schedule makes the current visitation arrangement no longer possible. Whatever issues you're dealing with, we can help.
Handling legal issues on your own can be overwhelming. Don't underestimate the complexity of your child visitation negotiations. Rely on the Bertolino Law Firm, an honest, straightforward Austin TX divorce lawyer with a well-deserved reputation. Call 512-717-5432 and schedule an appointment at our Austin office. To reach our San Antonio office, call 210-247-9907. Our Houston office can be reached at 713-357-2467. Contact us today and schedule a case evaluation.