Roseville Child Custody Attorney
There is no getting around the fact that child custody disputes are a very difficult time for children. We understand your children mean the world to you. The most important thing you can do for your children is to be there for them and ease their stress as much as possible before, during and after the child custody dispute.
To ease your own legal burdens and stress while doing what is necessary for a successful resolution, it is important that you seek the advice of the experienced child custody and support attorneys at McCoy Fatula, APC, in Roseville. We have dedicated our practice to helping parents find solutions that will protect their rights and meet the unique needs of their children.
A Law Practice Focused On Benefiting Families
While we are strong trial attorneys, we have found that, where possible, it is best for parents to reach an agreement amicably.
In almost all situations, this means that parents have joint physical and joint legal custody.
- Physical custody pertains to where the children will live.
- Legal custody covers issues such as the child’s schooling, mental and physical well-being and religious upbringing.
In rare cases, sole custody can be obtained, but this typically requires one parent to actually be a danger to the child. It is more common for a court to grant physical custody to one parent with the other parent receiving visitation rights to make sure he or she is still involved in the child’s life.
Creative Solutions For Custody And Visitation Problems
When it comes to visitation schedules, we have often found that creative solutions are preferable to highly contentious litigation. That is why we will work within your goals and circumstances to find resolutions that everyone can live with
When Life Changes, We’re Here To Get You The Court Order You Need
Please contact our Roseville, California, lawyers about your child custody or support case today to arrange a consultation. We will inform you of your rights and begin building a strategy tailored to the needs of your children.