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Custody & Visitation

Alabama Visitation Lawyer

As a parent, your children are incredibly important to you. Your relationship with them is essential to their present and future well-being. If you are going through a divorce, child custody may be the biggest thing on your mind. You may have many questions and concerns about where and with whom your children will live and how much time you will be able to spend with them. If you have children outside of a marriage, the concerns are often exactly the same.

When child custody and visitation matters are involved, it is essential to have knowledgeable legal advice in order to make the best choices for yourself and your children. Seeking advice from trusted friends and family is important, but it is not sufficient when it comes to serious legal matters that will affect the future of your children. That is where our experienced family law attorneys come in.

Experienced Dothan Custody Lawyers

Our attorneys can help you with any and all issues related to child custody and visitation, including:

  • Custody determinations made during divorce proceedings: While outcomes will depend on which parent a judge decides is more fit to be the primary custodian, we can help you build a case that highlights your strengths and optimizes your chances of being awarded custody.
  • Mediation and negotiation of custody and visitation agreements with attorneys on your spouse’s side, which can bring swift resolution of matters and help contain legal costs.
  • Modification of existing child custody and visitation orders, which can change arrangements that you feel are inappropriate, unfair or no longer applicable.
  • Fathers’ rights, and grandparents’ rights and visitation, which may be underrepresented in legal proceedings – we can help you work toward equitable arrangements that allow you to have the time you desire with your children or grandchildren.

Contact Us for Legal Assistance

Contact our Dothan family law attorneys at 334-702-1744 to schedule your initial consultation about your custody or visitation concerns.

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