Child Custody Archives

Courts consider several points to determine the primary caretaker

The primary caretaker of a child is one factor that comes into the picture when you are in the midst of a child custody battle. The court will consider this as one of the factors when it is deciding where the child is going to live.

Make decisions now to outline responsibilities later

Child custody cases can result in various resolutions. The important thing in these cases is that you take your child's needs into consideration so that you can do what is best for the children. You should try to get things resolved as quickly as you can so that you and your children can begin to work on finding a new normal life.

Creative child custody solutions might help in your case

As we discussed last week, child custody cases often have very specific considerations that must be addressed. Summer vacation and holidays are some of the points that you have to think about when you are going through a child custody case. Your child's future is at stake when you are making the arrangements for the child custody order.

Advantages and disadvantages of joint custody

Join custody is the form of custody where the two parents, despite being separated, share the responsibilities of the child. The parents occupy different premises but still decide issues regarding the child, together. Join custody comes in various arrangements. These arrangements are pre-planned and need to be presented in front of the court so that they can be certified and officiated. This means that the court now requires the couple to follow the terms of the arrangement.

Minimize the risk of custody snafus for summer vacations

With the summer months coming up fast, making vacation plans is a priority for many people. People who have child custody agreements should jump on the early planning bandwagon this year so that they can avoid the potential last minute custody snafus that can ruin the vacation.

Physical and legal child custody

Child custody is common concept in the United States. Despite it being very common, most people are not aware of the several different kinds of child custody. Physical custody is one of the more widely known kind of custody. Physical custody is when a court order which grants a parent the right to have the child to live with him or her.

Put your child's needs first

As a parent, you are expected to make decisions that will positively impact your child's life. Of course, your son or daughter will grow up and eventually start to make these choices on their own, but until they are 18 years old, it is your job to ensure they are properly taken care of and looked after no matter where they are or what they happen to be doing. This responsibility includes making decisions about child custody.

How will joint physical custody affect my child?

A custody dispute can lead to parents having one of many types of custody arrangements. The goal is to spend time with their child and maintain a relationship, so they both may find it difficult to figure out what type of arrangement will work best for them and for their child. This confusion has caused many parents to agree to joint physical custody.

Get Answers To Your Questions

Bold labels are required.

Contact Information

The use of the Internet or this form for communication with the firm or any individual member of the firm does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Confidential or time-sensitive information should not be sent through this form.


Privacy Policy

12777 Jones Road, Suite 150
Houston, TX 77070

Phone: 281-894-1590
Fax: 281-894-1992
Map & Directions

By Appointment Only
825 Village Square, Suite 6
Tomball, TX 77375

Phone: 281-894-1590
Fax: 281-894-1992
Map & Directions