Child Custody & Child Support
Although you want what is best for your children with regard to their care and emotional health, unfortunately it places an incredible strain on your entire family when a complex, heated child custody dispute arises. At Reed Law PLLC, our Dallas child custody attorneys will assist you in resolving your child custody dispute and ensure that your children enjoy the support and care they require, and also spend time with both parents as is appropriate under the circumstances.
As part of a divorce, you and your spouse must either agree on terms, or a judge will make a decision regarding the terms governing custody of your children, decision-making regarding their well-being, child support, and visitation rights. In many instances, disagreements arise after a divorce is completed, and a child custody order must be modified. For example, a child custody order modification may be necessary if one spouse plans to move far away from the children’s primary residence, the children’s safety is at risk, child support payments must be changed, a visitation schedule conflicts with a parent’s work schedule, the original custody order is incorrect, or a child later decides to live with the other parent.
Our Dallas child custody attorneys understand that you likely have many questions, and we are available to provide you with the answers you need. Please call us today at (214) 570-9555 for a free initial phone consultation, if you would like to discuss your case. We provide personal attention to each and every client, and will work with you directly to ensure we implement the best strategy to achieve your goals.
Our Dallas child custody attorneys regularly represent individuals throughout the DFW area in the following types of matters:
- Child custody
- Child support
- Child visitation
- Custody modifications
- Contempt and enforcement suits
- Long-distance visitation
We understand that a custody dispute is a personal matter that requires delicate handling, so naturally we will provide personal attention to your case. We pride ourselves on providing small firm individualized representation with large firm experience and expertise. Unlike many large family law firms that delegate client communication and complex document preparation to paralegals and legal assistants, we handle our cases personally and make ourselves available to discuss your case, and will be available to you.
We have extensive experience with the complex laws governing custody disputes and the family law courts in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, including Dallas County, Collin County, Tarrant County, and Denton County. Contact one of our lawyers now at (214) 570.9555 for a free initial phone consultation.