Child custodial issues may arise from the dissolution of marriage, the birth of a child out of wedlock, the incarceration or death of a parent, an agreement to change custody or a number of other factors.  When the custody of a child is at issue, the Court's primary concern is the best interest of the child.  There is no legal presumption in favor of either mother or father, and no standard parenting schedule.  We recognize that every case is different because every family is different. We will review your specific circumstances to determine what are the best possible custody options for you and your children.

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