Child Custody: Joint Versus Sole Managing Conservatorship
When your relationship with your child is on the line, you need to ensure a long-term, workable arrangement. Many times, you have to fight to get a fair order in place. The important role that fathers play has received increasing focus, and a mother is not guaranteed sole managing conservatorship.
In Texas, child custody terminology is different from most other states. There is joint managing conservatorship and sole managing conservatorship. And visitation is referred to as possession and access to a child. However, you do not have to get caught up in the terms. Putting your child first is important in maintaining your parent-child relationship.
Protecting Parent-Child Relationships
Keith Gore, Lawyer, has the trial background required when the other parent refuses to put the best interests of a child at the forefront. This might be a situation when one parent refuses to recognize and seek treatment for an autism spectrum disorder, or a learning disability that requires special schooling or tutoring, or maybe one parent cannot provide adequate care due to addiction issues. Every divorce and child custody fight is unique, and your lawyer’s approach must be individualized to your particular situation.
Child custody disputes can be stressful for parents. Attorney Gore takes the time to learn and understand the family dynamics involved in each individual case. Your parent-child relationship is critically important. It is vital to work with a skilled negotiator, who also has substantial courtroom experience to obtain the best possible results in resolving child custody and parenting time matters.
Experience And Guidance To Resolve Child Custody Disputes
Get sound legal advice from a McKinney attorney when child-related issues are leading to constant fights. You will be co-parents for a long time. Schedule a meeting to learn how Keith Gore can help you by calling 972-924-5665 or sending a message online.