South Florida Child Custody Attorney
We Care About the Outcome of Your Case
At Hager, Schwartz & Ross, P.A., we know that nothing is more important
to you than the health, safety, and wellbeing of your children. That's
why our divorce and child custody attorneys are committed to protecting
children and their relationships with their parents. If you are seeking
a fair child custody agreement,
contact our South Florida lawyers today for the understanding and effective guidance that you and your family needs.
Types of Child Custody & How They Relate to You
There are two basic forms of child custody: physical custody and legal
custody. Physical custody allows you to spend time with your child; legal
custody gives you the authority to make important decisions for him /
her. For example, legal custody enables you to make decisions regarding
his / her health, religion, and education. On the other hand, physical
custody enables you to oversee your child's day-to-day activities.
If you are seeking custody of your child, you've probably asked yourself
the following question: Which form of child custody is right for me? The
answer depends on your unique family. Factors to consider include:
- Financial Matters
- Your Child's Wishes
- The Child's Wellbeing
- Health Considerations
- Child / Parent Relationships
In the end,
the best interest of the child will determine your custody agreement, and it is up to the court to determine what is best for your child. Although
the judge may take your wishes into consideration, he / she will not base
your custody agreement solely on the desire of each parent. The child's
well-being will define the outcome of your case.
We Seek the Best Custody Solution for You & Your Children
At Hager, Schwartz & Ross, P.A., we truly care about the outcome of
your case. Our team is genuinely concerned about the outcome of your case
and we want to find the best possible solution for you and your children.
When you work with us, you can have peace of mind that a caring legal
advocate is on your side. To learn more, contact a South Florida child
custody lawyer from our law firm today. We look forward to hearing from you.