Struggling to come to an agreement with your former spouse over child support? We’ll make sure you’re fully informed before appearing before a judge to help your case and make sure you get the support you need to keep your child thriving. You can count on our attorneys to keep the well-being of your child in mind as she handles negotiations in court and works hard to achieve a satisfactory resolution to your case.
What do they consider when deciding child support?
Courts take a number of factors into consideration when it comes to deciding on child support. They will take a look at:
- The income of both parents
- If a parent is paying child support or alimony from a previous situation
- Childcare expenses
- Health care expenses
- The parents’ custody agreement
We will guide you through the legal process when you’re battling it out with your former spouse. Get the financial support your child needs by contacting an attorney.
Settle Your Child Custody Dispute With an Attorney
Fighting for your children in family court can take a serious strain on your emotions and finances. Resolve your family law issue in a timely manner by working with a child custody lawyer. We will go to court for you and fight to preserve your parenting rights. Our attorney is focused on providing compassionate representation and easing the difficult transition that comes with deciding custody and visitation issues.
We can help draw up a joint parenting agreement in which both parties have the opportunity to care for their child, come up with a visitation schedule that works for both parties or handle removal matters. Get in touch with the Law Offices today to discuss your goals for your child custody agreement.
Child Custody Process
Going to court to decide on child custody or visitation rights can be intimidating. We will simplify the process. Our attorney will educate you on the various factors considered when it comes to deciding custody cases. The judge will look at:
- The capacity of each party to give the child love and affection
- The capacity of each party to provide the child with food, clothing and medical care
- The capacity of each party to provide a stable, loving environment
Triad will prepare you well in advance of the court date. Schedule an appointment with us to jump-start the legal process.
Handle Your Paternity Case With Discretion
From contested to agreed paternity, we can handle it all. His wealth of experience and knowledge makes him a top paternity and child custody lawyer in the area. Our attorney can navigate complex parentage cases with skill and discretion. We’ll work hard to get you an accurate outcome for your case.
Talk to our custody attorney about your paternity case today to find out how he can help you.
What does the court consider when awarding child custody?
You have certain rights under the law regarding child custody, whether you’re the custodial parent or not. When the court is deciding the proper custody of a child, the following will be considered:
- The wishes of the parents
- The wishes of the child, when appropriate
- The health of all individuals involved
- The willingness of each parent to promote a close relationship between the other parent and the child
Discover the visitation or child support payments you may be entitled to by contacting Triad today.
When you’re ready to add someone to your immediate family by means of adoption, it’s important to hire an experienced adoption attorney who can guide you through the process from start to finish. Adoption can be a long and complicated process, but with us behind you, you’ll be able to navigate adoption laws with confidence.
We have a deep understanding of California and Texas adoption law and are available 24/7 to answer questions and address concerns. You’ll receive the help you need while you’re dealing with adoption agencies.
Don’t let legal misunderstandings and mistakes stop you from adding a child to your family. Contact us today for legal guidance.
What types of adoption are available?
California and Texas recognize four types of adoption:
- Stepparent adoption: A stepparent will accept the legal responsibility of caring for a child.
- Co-parent adoption: A non-birth parent will legally adopt the child of their partner.
- Grandparent adoption: Grandparents or other relatives will legally adopt a child to keep him or her in the family if parents suddenly die or are incapacitated.
- Adopting from birth parents: Families will adopt children directly from birth parents.
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