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Helping you obtain the best custody arrangement for your child

For most parents, their children are everything to them. They will do anything and everything to ensure that they are well cared for and his or her safety and wellbeing are protected. For some divorcing parents, this means collecting evidence to prove that they are more equipped to care for he child than the other parent. Child custody disputes are never easy to go through; however, they are sometimes necessary to ensure the needs and safety of the child.

It is never easy to reduce, limit or deny visitation of the other parent; however, when it comes to the best interests of the child, this might be a necessary step to take. A marriage could end for a wide variety of reasons, one of them being because of an abusive situation. At Katie L. Lewis, P.C. Family Law, our skilled legal team has dealt with this and other custody and visitation issues and disputes. We are dedicated to guiding our clients in the Dallas area through this process, ensuring they understand their rights and options.

The best interest standard is often relied on when asserting custody and visitation actions. Judges look at certain factors when deciding what custody arrangement would be in the best interests of the child. Clients seeking sole legal custody and primary physical custody have the burden of proving that they should have the ability to make major decision on behalf of the child and that the child should remain primarily with them.

Our law firm is prepared to help meet your goals by assessing any and all evidence available. We will further your wishes by conducting an investigation to uncover any evidence that could help further your matter. To learn more, check out our law firm's child custody website. A parent's hope is to provide the best possible life for his or her child, and in order to do this, some parents need to go to court to ensure this occurs.

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