Custody, Visitation and Support
Our firm recognizes that when parents separate or divorce, one of the more significant decisions that the court will issue concern the disposition of the children from the relationship. As you consider how you and your former spouse or partner will care for your minor children, you should consider the current and future needs of your children, as well as each parent's financial situation and caretaking capacities. You and your former spouse or partner will have to decide how to share parental responsibilities in the following areas:
- where your children will live;
- whether custody of your children will be rotated between you and your former spouse or partner;
- when the non-custodial parent will be able to visit the children; and
- how you and your former spouse or partner will make future educational and medical decisions for your children.
As part of a divorce or dissolution proceeding, a court may also order one parent to provide child support payments to the other parent, and can alter that support amount upon either parents' future request.We represent parents in South Florida going through a separation or divorce, and will advocate and negotiate on your behalf to secure a fair child custody, visitation, and support arrangement.
Contact Us Online or Call Us at 305-670-8656 to arrange a consultation regarding matters related to your divorce or separation.