Establish Child Custody
Establish Child Custody
Avoid High Legal Fees
The most common child custody visitation and child support question we get asked at The Attorney Connection's Child Custody Center
is "What do I do?" All too often, it is in the context of a parent
(usually fathers), who tell us how the other parent is unreasonable and
is not letting him/her see their child for no reason at all.
Unfortunately, many let this situation go on for way too long without asserting their parental rights.
What to do? Take action. It's a lot simpler than most people think.
If you don't have a child custody and visitation order in place, you need to petition the court to get one established. What a court order does is protect your parental rights and gives you recourse if the other parent does not comply. If you have an existing child custody and visitation order or parenting plan in place, you may need to file a Motion for Contempt/Petition to Enforce, or similar motion depending on the jurisdiction.
Likewise, if you don't have a child support order in place, or need to increase or lower child support based on a change in financial circumstances, you should petition the court. In fact, if you delay in addressing child support issues it can cause you financial nightmares down the road.
nothing will change with your child custody issues or child support situation unless you takes
steps to initiate change. Whether you are trying to modify child support, establish father's custody, or something else, you need to be proactive and take action NOW!
To hire a typical law firm to help you in these types of cases generally costs thousands of dollars. Fortunately, we provide you with an affordable solution. The Attorney Connection Child Custody Center provides you with the professional legal help you need for a low flat fee and saves you thousands!
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