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Committed Child Custody And Visitation Representation

When parents get a divorce, one of the biggest issues for them is the custody and visitation agreement. Parents across Texas come to Katie L. Lewis, P.C. Family Law for the representation they need. We know the rules and regulations surrounding these matters, and present our clients with the options they have in their unique case. Our goal as your legal representation is to help you earn the outcome you deserve in your case.

The Differences Between Legal And Physical Custody

When it comes to custody, parents most often focus on where their children will live, but not the legal custody. Legal custody concerns a parent’s right to make important decisions for their children, such as where they go to school and what medical and emotional treatment they receive.

Both parents can have legal custody even when one parent holds primary custody. The outcome of a physical custody agreement will also impact the child support arrangement that the parents have in their divorce. We know that every custody case is different, and we want to help address your concerns in your case while we pursue the ideal outcome in your case.

Addressing Visitation And Parenting Time

In divorces where a parent earns primary physical custody, the non-primary parent often is entitled to visitation or parenting time. If you, as the primary parent, believe your ex should not have the visitation access they currently have, you need to be able to prove that there are legal grounds to reduce or eliminate the time they have in court. Texas courts will always put the best interests of the child first.

Protecting Your Best Interests When Things Change

It is no secret that life can change unexpectedly. When life changes and you either need to protect your divorce agreement or modify it, we can help you pursue the outcome you are looking for.

No matter what you are trying to accomplish with your child custody and visitation agreement, let our dedicated team help protect your best interests. Call our Dallas office at 214-461-5028 or email us here to schedule your initial consultation today.