Child Custody, Any time a breakup involves children, it complicates matters. The relationship you develop with your former partner can greatly impact the development and mental health of your children.
At the Law Office of Arthur G. Augustine, the needs of the children are of primary importance to each San Antonio child custody attorney. Our goal is to create a win-win situation for parents so they can sustain a lifestyle where their children thrive. We put our creative talents, experience and insight to use negotiating agreements and parenting schedules that work for families.
Our San Antonio child custody attorneys have extensive experience handling complex child custody cases, as well as helping parents with:
- Modification Of Child Custody Agreements
- Visitation agreements
- Agreements For Military Families
- Enforcing Child Custody Agreements
- Temporary Order (Military, Goverment Employees)
- Parenting Plans
- Enforcing step-parent rights and grandparent rights to visitation
Ideally, it is preferable to handle these matters as privately as possible. For that reason, the collaborative law process may be a preferred method to develop an initial custody and visitation agreement or to negotiate a change in parenting plan.
We realize, however, that people cannot always reach an amicable resolution to custody and visitation issues. In such cases, our San Antonio child custody lawyers stand ready to aggressively and zealously pursue your position in court.
If you were able to look into the lives of every divorced couple with children, you would in all likelihood discover that everyone has at one time or another experienced child visitation issues. Having these types of problems is at the very least uncomfortable for most and painful for many. Since our children are so precious to us, it is necessary that we learn how to handle these fragile situations with tact and diplomacy.
For more information, or to speak with a San Antonio child custody attorney regarding your legal circumstances, contact San Antonio Lawyer Arthur G. Augustine directly at (210) 338-8225.