No family is perfect, and the structure of a family can differ greatly from one family to the next. In Texas and all over the nation, families may function better when parents are no longer together. It is a difficult reality to face and to accept, but for some married parents, divorce is the best option. Even though they are able to come to terms and go their separate ways, it is challenging to reach agreeable terms when it comes to their children.
Child custody is an extremely contentious divorce issue. This can make it a lengthy battle and the one issue most likely to create dissent between divorcing spouses. At Katie L. Lewis, P.C., Family Law, out skilled legal team understand the ins and outs of the divorce process, guiding clients in the Dallas area to a workable resolution.
Child custody can take many forms, and based on the circumstances, some arrangements may be more beneficial for everyone involved. Because parents often do not see eye-to-eye, our law firm is available to help you fully understand your options and the process available. For some, mediation can help parents express what they want, coming to terms and reaching an agreement. In other cases, going to court is the best option as it may be in the best interests of the child to have the court establish a custody order.
To learn more check out our law firm's child custody website. Whether you have just filed for divorce, are going through the process or are dealing with post-divorce disputes, it is important to address child custody problems as they arise. This not only helps to protect the rights of the parents but also support the best interests of the child.