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Tara M. Rojas

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Complicated Child Custody Disputes

Are You Looking for a Dedicated Sacramento Family Attorney to Handle Your Legal Services?

While California family law requires that child custody orders be “in the best interest of the child” as a parent of the child, those court orders may not seem fair or just. Child custody disputes are the most emotional and difficult issues for families going through a divorce, and can become contentious.  Though child custody mediation, either through a family court services model or through private mediation, is often a mandatory first step in resolving the conflict, it is not always the final resolution. In cases where settlement of the custody dispute is not feasible, you want a family law attorney who will protect your rights and your children’s rights, while looking for a lasting viable solution for your family. Even if you agree on a basic child custody arrangement, whether that means sole or shared legal custody and sole or shared physical custody, you may need an experienced family law attorney and professional advocacy to resolve critical details that could have important implications in the long run.

It is important to work with an attorney who knows the law, the trends in the court system within your county and can apply this knowledge to the facts of your unique case. Have you had the majority of caretaking responsibility? Do you feel that your child would be safer with you than with the other parent? Are you concerned about visitation and parenting time? Is the current order or arrangement working or does it need to be modified?

Our Family Law attorneys are experienced in helping families reach resolution in the following child custody matters:

  • Joint Legal Custody
  • Joint Physical Custody
  • Sole Legal Custody
  • Sole Physical Custody
  • Moving and relocation
  • Accusations of abuse, neglect or domestic violence
  • Poor parenting or risks to children
  • Children with special needs
  • Weekends, vacations, holidays and summer visitations
  • Modifications of current orders
  • Enforcement of child custody orders

Our goal is to always assist you with the utmost respect and attentive response in a prompt and professional manner. Call (916) 515-7020 or request your consultation online today to see how we can help you.


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