Ohio Child Custody Visitation Attorneys
Children are perhaps the most important consideration of any family law dispute. While the prospect of seeing your children on a more limited basis is never desirable, it is a definite possibility resulting from divorce. Making sure that your children maintain strong bonds with both parents, even though the family unit has altered, is important and is often in the children’s best interests. Creating custody arrangements and shared parenting guidelines require careful planning and cooperation.
We at King, Koligian & Associates, LLC, provide solutions that work – parenting plans and visitation schedules that are flexible and accommodating. To work with our lawyers on a child custody or shared parenting schedule that suits your family’s schedule, contact us online or call us at 513.252.2046.
Learning How to Work Together:
- Many people look at child custody as an “all or nothing” determination. This is simply not the case. Yet, the best way to make sure your priorities are addressed is to speak to our attorneys about your specific needs.
- You and your spouse may have decided that you can no longer live together, but if you have children, your ability to communicate clearly and honestly is critical. Clear communication and a commitment to working together can not only help you avoid problems and frustrations in the future, but also make the transition much easier on your children.
Crafting Plans That Work:
- After a divorce, you are no longer working with the courts – you and your former spouse are now left with the task of raising your children according to the parenting plan you have devised. Make certain that you have a plan that works for you and addresses your specific needs.
- While every court has a different process for parenting plans (some may require mediation), most opt for a shared parenting plan that gives fair access to both custodial and non-custodial parents with flexible visitation schedules. Our attorneys also have extensive experience in those painful cases where parental rights should be limited or even terminated.
- How do the rules apply to you? Let our attorneys explain your options to you so that you, your children and your former spouse develop a plan you can live with and avoid problems in the future.
We invite you to contact King, Koligian & Associates, LLC, your family law firm in Montgomery, Ohio, to discuss your legal options regarding child custody, visitation and shared parenting with professionals who care. To make an appointment, call us at 513.252.2046 or contact us online.