Seeking Sole Legal Custody?
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In our state, sole legal custody refers to a parent who is able to exclusively make legal decisions on behalf of their child or children, without input from the other parent. In this parenting arrangement, the non-custodial parent is often granted visitation rights. If you are seeking to resolve a matter having to do with the sole legal custody of your child or children, it is recommended that you contact a Long Island family law attorney as soon as possible. An attorney will be able to work on your behalf towards a successful resolution in your custody case. Schedule a complimentary consultation to discuss your situation with us today.
Child custody cases can exact a heavy toll on all involved, mentally, emotionally, and financially. Disputes over custody can involve not only the parents and the child or children, but also:
- Other family members
- Court-appointed guardians
- Social workers
Extensive litigation can be required, and such cases may drag on for months or years. It is important that you have an attorney representing you in your custody case, as they will be able to fight for an outcome that not only serves the best interests of you and your child, but is as swift and stress-free as possible.
Legal Help for Your Child Custody Case
Wisselman & Associates was originally established in 1976 to provide legal help to individuals in their divorce and family law cases. Our team possesses considerable experience in representing clients in all manner of family matters, including those dealing with the area of child custody. Our philosophy is primarily one of peaceful resolution, and we strive to resolve our clients' cases without extensive and costly litigation. Contact our offices if you require help in settling an issue regarding the sole legal custody of your child, and we will provide you with caring and persistent help that is designed to serve the needs of you and your family.
Contact a Long Island family lawyer for assistance in resolving matters related to the sole legal custody of your child or children.