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Child Custody

Resolving issues vital to your child’s future at Foxtrot Family Law

Child Custody

These are cases of “unmarried parent v. unmarried parent.”

Child Custody law deals only with the rights and obligations of those seeking to serve the best interests of the children in their lives. Child Custody is a challenging legal environment with complicated legal issues. We address those issues so you can focus on caring for your children.

Foxtrot Legal & Financial Consulting helps committed parents and caring relatives be effective in Child Custody cases. We do that through practical advice and legal counsel about day to day habits and actions that give parents and relatives the opportunity to be proud of what they’ve done for their children when their day in court arrives. Ongoing communication and transparency is a hallmark of our representation as we provide counsel and dedicated advocacy throughout emotional and challenging Child Custody cases.

Child Custody through Divorce

These are cases of “married parent v. married parent.” These cases combine a pure Child Custody & Support case with issues of property settlements and spousal support.

Child Custody is the most important issue in a divorce. It is the part of the divorce that deals with the rights and obligations of committed parents seeking to serve the best interests of the children in their lives while ending their marriage.

Our representation in Child Custody through Divorce starts with immediately addressing where the children will live while the case is ongoing. Then, the transition for the children is made as smooth as possible by ensuring that each parent continues to provide for the financial needs of the children and the family. We continue to focus on the Child Custody issues throughout the proceeding while we work with a team of trusted colleagues who focus on any other necessary aspects of the Divorce like property settlements, division of financial accounts, real estate transactions, and so on.

Foxtrot Legal & Financial Consulting helps committed parents and caring relatives be effective in Child Custody cases. We do that through practical advice and legal counsel about day to day habits and actions that give parents and relatives the opportunity to be proud of what they’ve done for their children when their day in court arrives. Ongoing communication and transparency is a hallmark of our representation as we provide counsel and dedicated advocacy throughout emotional and challenging Child Custody cases.

Child Custody for Grandparents & Relatives

These are cases of “aunt/grandparent/family friend v. parents/relatives/other family friends. These cases are as complicated as they sound.

The issue of Child Custody is not limited to biological parents of children. Caring relatives like grandparents, aunts, uncles, and step-parents are just as committed to the serving the best interests of children as the biological parents. In fact, at times, caring relatives are more committed.

Child Custody cases for grandparents and other relatives are controlled by different laws than than child custody cases between parents. With Foxtrot’s experience and knowledge of these unique laws and procedures, you can be sure that you are doing all you can to serve the best interests of the children in your life.

Foxtrot Legal & Financial Consulting helps these caring relatives be effective in Child Custody cases. We do that through practical advice and legal counsel about day to day habits and actions that give relatives the opportunity to be proud of what they’ve done for their children when their day in court arrives. Ongoing communication and transparency is a hallmark of our representation as we provide counsel and dedicated advocacy throughout emotional and challenging Child Custody cases.

Visitation & Child Support

These are cases where the fine-tuning of visitation and financial resources available to serve the child’s best interests are the priority, rather than the child’s day-to-day living situation.

A committed parent can be anyone who loves their children and is devoted to their best interests, even when that parent doesn’t live with the child as a “primary custodian.”

Parents who don’t live with their children have to make the most of their investment of time, energy, and resources in their families. That’s why Foxtrot maximizes these opportunities while making sure that the circumstances are addressed in a fair, respectful manner to both parents, as well as other caregivers. Through it all, the best interests of the children are best served when both parents and relatives are truly effective in their actions and Child Custody legal representation.

Call Foxtrot Legal & Financial Consulting at 256-213-1694 or contact us online to schedule a consultation with a family law attorney in Alabama.