The most important decisions to be considered in your divorce or other family dispute are those relating to the custody and support of your children.  Even if a marriage ends in divorce, both parties are still parents. And more couples today than ever before are choosing to have children without being married. This results in complicated custody determinations.

     There are many decisions to be made about your children. Custody can be sole or joint, "standard" or "shared." Every family is different and the best outcome is the one that you can agree on that suits your unique family circumstances.  Marriages may end but parenting relationships do not.  Consider negotiating custody for your child's sake, even if you have to litigate financial issues.

    We will zealously pursue your goals regarding decision-making, parenting time and access that you believe is in the best interests of your child or children. Child support must also be awarded to meet your family's needs.