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Conflicts over the division of property are one of the most challenging aspects of divorce. On the surface, it may seem as though spouses are merely fighting over material possessions. However, the issue is a bit more complex than that.

Children Need Both Parents

The reality is that children need both parents. After a divorce, the child’s relationship with each parent should be as similar as possible to the predivorce relationship. In most cases, that means parenting time and responsibilities are going to be shared between both parents.

As your advocates, we will protect your relationship with your child.

 

We frequently resolve child custody disputes through amicable means such as negotiation or mediation. This is a good way to encourage and even strengthen communication between both parents, as you will have to work together to raise your child, even though you have separated. In some cases, trial may be appropriate, and we are prepared to take that step if needed.

Free Consultations About Child Custody

Call 816-800-1370 or send us an email for more information about how our knowledge and skill can benefit you through the custody process.