Tampa Child Custody Attorney
A Highly Qualified Expert in Marital and Family Law can Provide Important Legal Guidance
With all of the emotionally sensitive issues and the changes in daily life, a divorce will affect your relationships with your children. Fortunately, the State of Florida is progressive regarding custody issues very well. Rather than focusing on words like “custody” and “visitation,” which invite contention by turning your relationship with your child into a battle that you could win or lose, Florida law uses terms such as “time-sharing schedule” and “parenting plan.” These concepts offer both parents an opportunity to participate more fully in their children’s lives.
As a father of two young children myself, I know that you value your relationship with your child and want to minimize the emotional damage that divorce may bring. In most cases, Florida law requires a parenting plan that will help you preserve your relationship with your children and be a full and active part of their lives. As an experienced, board-certified attorney, I can help.
As a former prosecutor with strong negotiation skills, I can help you settle a good parenting plan that will preserve your relationship with your children and protect your rights as a parent. I offer legal services to help you with parenting plans, child support, modifications to divorce decrees, and more. Contact me for a free case evaluation today.
Make Sure Your Children Get the Care They Deserve with the Help of an Experienced Family Attorney
It is important to maintain your relationship with your child under the requirements of Florida family law. I can help you negotiate a parenting plan that will take the following into consideration:
- Relationships: We can make sure you and your children get enough quality time so that you can continue to play an influential role in their lives.
- Education: It is important for a child to get to school and to have a smooth and easy transition after a divorce. I can help you negotiate the role you will play in your child’s continued education.
- Health care: Responsibilities for your child’s health will continue to be important after a divorce. Make sure you have the right to be informed about your child’s health.
- Daily tasks: Stay involved in your child’s daily life.
- Communication: Establish fair rules with your former spouse about communication with your children.
- Extended Family Members: Make sure that the rights of your loved ones are protected under Florida family law.
If you are worried about the effects a divorce will have on your relationship with your children, I can help. As the recipient of an AV Rating by Martindale-Hubbell, I work hard to offer excellent service to every client. Please contact me for a free consultation to discuss the specifics of your case today.