Getting a divorce can make anyone's world spin. Whether it is a contested divorce or not, the process itself can cause many changes and concerns. And for Texas parents getting a divorce, this means determining a custody arrangement that benefits and child. It can be difficult to work through custody matters, often causing it to be a difficult and contentious divorce issue.
While some divorcing parents seek primary custody of their child, it is possible to seeking joint or shared custody. In the eyes of the law, Texas parents are viewed as having equal rights to their children, and at Katie L. Lewis, P.C. Family Law, we understand this and fight for this for our clients.
Whether you are a working parent or a stay-at-home parent, our law firm not only helps you navigate post-divorce life but also helps you develop a plan to help address any custody concerns. If you are asserting your right as a father, this may look like illustrating that you can provide adequate care and are capable of being involved in the child's life. Our attorneys take the time to protect the rights of our clients while also ensuring that the best interests of the child are also met.
To learn more, check out our law firm's fathers' rights website. Whether you are considering divorce, are going through the process or are dealing with post-divorce issues, it is vital to explore your rights and options. This will also help ensure that the rights and best interests of the child are best served.