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Danvers Child Custody Attorney

Protecting Your Parental Rights in Massachusetts Custody Cases

If parents in a pending divorce, paternity case, or post-divorce situation are in a dispute over child custody, they will need to resort to a family court to decide how custody arrangements will be made. Child custody can be a highly-charged emotional issue, causing undue stress on parents and children alike. At stake are issues of where and with whom a child will live, who will make the important decisions concerning the child's health, education, and welfare, and how children will remain in continuing contact with a noncustodial parent.

Here at our firm, we have extensive experience in handling child custody cases and have a reputation for staunch and aggressive representation in custody trials. If you are involved in a legal dispute over custody, we recommend that you make an appointment to discuss your situation with a North Shore Boston divorce attorney at the firm. We can review the facts and circumstances of your dispute, advise you on the legal factors involved, and prepare your case and represent you in court where necessary.

Child Custody Cases in Danvers

A dispute between parents may arise concerning custody during the divorce process or at any time after a divorce has been finalized. Such a dispute may also arise between parents who have never been married concerning a child they share. Custody disputes can occur following domestic violence situations, where a parent has abused alcohol or drugs, where a parent has become unfit in some other way, where a parent has violated custody or visitation orders, or where a parent wishes to relocate with a child to another geographical location which would compromise the non-relocating parent's relationship with the child.

How your custody dispute is determined by the court may rest on the legal skills and commitment of your attorney. Where resolution does not occur through other means, we will present your case to the court in the most convincing and effective manner possible to protect your parental rights and help you achieve what is best for your child.

Contact the Danvers child custody lawyer at the firm for dedicated legal support and representation in any disputed custody case today.

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