Protect Your Parent-Child Relationships Despite Separation Or Divorce
For most parents, there is nothing more important in times of uncertainty in a family than their children’s well-being. If a separation or divorce is in the cards for you and your spouse/partner who share minor children, custody and support must be addressed.
Child custody and support responsibilities do not depend on parents’ marital status or genders. When couples’ relationships are in flux and parent-child relationships are part of the picture, legal issues are relevant to both married and unmarried parents. Custody and support issues also apply to both heterosexual couples and LGBTQ+ households that include children.
At Waddell Law Firm, P.C., you can get help navigating challenging child custody disputes of any complexity. Lauren can also assist you in obtaining, enforcing or modifying child support orders.
No Two Families Are Alike, So Legal Solutions Must Be Customized
Lauren considers helping family law clients to be her calling in life. She knows that enabling children to feel secure during and after divorce is important for their stability and development. Waddell Law Firm, P.C., is a valuable resource for Texans who are facing complex situations, such as:
- Shared raising of children with disabilities and/or special needs
- Domestic violence and orders of protection
- Establishment of paternity
- Parental move-aways
- International divorces, custody and/or abduction
Lauren helps clients understand that custody and support arrangements can change as needs change long after parents separate or divorce. Her child custody practice focuses on both urgent issues and long-term realities that parents face. She possesses in-depth knowledge and experience applicable to any child custody or support case.
For A Plan Of Action, Contact Waddell Law Firm, P.C.
Where will your children live most of the time after your household divides in two? Will you or the other parent be responsible for paying child support? Get answers to questions such as these as your marriage or domestic partnership is dissolving.