Do you need help resolving your child custody or visitation dispute? If so, you should immediately consult with our team of family law attorneys to discuss what legal options are available for you. Our lawyers are familiar with these types of cases and we have the skills and resources that you need to protect your interests and reach a fair custody or visitation agreement. Let us help you today.
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Common Child Custody & Visitation Disputes
Our team of family law attorneys can help you obtain:
- Legal Custody: Gives a parent the right to make decisions about a child’s upbringing, such as schooling, healthcare, and religion.
- Physical Custody: Gives one parent the right to have the child physically live with them.
- Sole Custody: Under this arrangement, one “custodial” parent has custody of the child and the other parent is usually granted visitation rights.
- Joint Custody: Under this arrangement, both parents agree or a court orders them to agree to share their decision-making responsibilities. This means parents have to coordinate their schedules to make the arrangement manageable.
Talk to Our Attorneys Today
At DiPietro Law Group, PLLC, our team of family law attorneys understand the importance of child custody and visitation disputes, which is why we are here to give you the guidance and compassion that you need during this stressful time. Our goal is to provide you with the resources and support that is necessary to secure a favorable outcome in your case. Our legal professionals will track down facts and evidence to build a strong case strategy that will protect your rights and interests. No matter how complicated your child custody dispute is, we will stand by you throughout your entire case. You are not alone when you choose DiPietro Law Group, PLLC to represent you.
Call (202) 902-9587, or contact us today to set up a consultation with our legal team in Washington D.C. We are here to assist with all of your legal needs.