Keeping the Child Best Interest in Mind
Advice from a Reliable Legal Advocate in Birmingham
Divorce can be an extremely stressful situation that weighs on everyone
involved, especially children. In the determination of
child custody, visitation rights and support, it is very important to keep the child's
best interests in mind. In legal means, keeping a child's best interest
in mind means that the decisions made regarding visitation and custody
should be made with the sole intention of nurturing and maintaining a
child's happiness, security, emotional health, development, and relationship
with both parents.
Through settlement agreements and courtroom combat, it is essential to
hold tight to the ideas of keeping the child's best interest in mind.
That is why you need a compassionate and understanding lawyer who can
walk you through child custody battles with the overall intention of keeping
your children's needs at the forefront of your mind, while still ensuring
you receive the best settlement. At the Law Office of Zach Horsley, LLC
in Birmingham, I can handle your case with delicacy, especially when child
custody and visitation rights are at stake.
Factors to Consider
There are several factors to keep in mind when discussing child custody
and visitation rights. While working through matters concerning the children,
take into account the following factors:
- Child's wishes
- Parents mental and physical state and abilities
- Need for particular living situation
- Employment schedule of parent
- Age and sex of child
- Location of schools
- Extended family relationships
Contact a Seasoned Birmingham Child Custody Attorney
If you are going through a
divorce where children are involved, you need a custody attorney who is ready
to guide you through the divorce process, while understanding the importance
of the well-being and best outcomes for you and your child or children.
Contact my firm, the Law Office of Zach Horsley, LLC to speak with an experienced Birmingham
child custody lawyer who can cater to your needs while keeping your children's
best interest in mind.
Call today for a free initial consultation!