The Divorce Solutionist Provides the Full Range of Services to Meet You Exactly Where You Are in Your Divorce or Child Custody Case

First and foremost, the divorce process can be overwhelming, especially if you are not sure what to expect or who to turn to when you are going through the process. It doesn’t have to be this way; The Divorce Solutionist provides a wide range of services to meet you exactly where you are in your divorce or child custody case. Once you reach out to us for help, we will take the time to explore the facts of your case to determine how we can best serve you in your Uncontested Divorce.

If a Single Mother Seeks Custody

Having your parental rights infringed upon because you are an unmarried mother can be a very difficult and disheartening experience. If your parental rights have been violated, it’s essential that you seek assistance from The Divorce Solutionist as soon as possible. If you need help from an experienced lawyer, call our office immediately at (800) 555-5555 to schedule a free case evaluation.

If Both Parents Seek Joint Custody

If both parents want joint custody, it’s a good idea for them to work out custody agreements between themselves before involving Family Court and a judge. Their agreements should spell out what will happen if they get divorced. If one parent is granted full custody, that parent is responsible for any decisions regarding education, religion, medical care and so on. A judge may modify child support as he sees fit depending on a number of factors, including financial need and access time with children.

If an Unmarried Father Seeks Custody

When an unmarried father seeks custody, he is not entitled to that custody automatically. It is critical for him to plan ahead if he is concerned about losing his Unmarried Mother Custody case. This can include engaging The Divorce Solutionist early on in your divorce proceedings and getting into family court as soon as possible after your child’s birth.

If the Mother Obtains Physical Custody

If you’re an unmarried mother, we will guide you through some common concerns you may have regarding your custody rights and responsibilities. Our Family Court custody attorneys can help you obtain custody rights for your child if your family courts determine that it is in his or her best interest. We can also help you navigate issues related to unmarried mothers seeking custody rights after a divorce, as well as how unmarried fathers can seek physical custody rights.

Custody Mothers

Some custody mothers and others advocate for visitation rights for fathers who are not married to their children’s mother. If you were seeking a custody modification, you may want to hire an attorney as soon as possible. Most attorneys will work with you regarding payment plans, so it doesn’t have to be a huge financial burden. Remember that even if your circumstances change and there’s no longer a reason for modification, it is still wise to get proper legal representation so that your parental rights are protected and preserved.

Unmarried Mother Custody

While it’s not a well-known fact, any woman who gives birth to a child is entitled to Unmarried Mother Custody. This means that a mother can ask for custody of her child even if she and/or the father were never married. But before you decide to file for custody as an unmarried mother, there are some things you should know about how family court custody works. In order to get custody of your child, you must prove that you are more fit than either your spouse or partner (if applicable) or another potential guardian (like a grandparent). A judge will look at several factors when determining which parent is best suited to raise a child—these include

Unmarried Custody

The Unmarried Custody Myth – When deciding on custody arrangements, some believe that there are only two viable options: married parents go with sole legal and physical custody, while unmarried parents need to sign over their rights completely. This is completely untrue. Today, there are a number of different models for shared parenting between unmarried parents. If you’re an unmarried mother concerned about your custody rights, don’t worry—there is hope!

Family Court Custody

Family court proceedings can be difficult for non-family court attorneys and judges, too. Family court custody cases come with various additional challenges that other types of legal battles might not. We are more than familiar with these challenges and will work tirelessly to provide you with a range of services that meet you exactly where you are in your divorce or child custody case.

Family Law Advice

Family law professionals are court-appointed specialists who specialize in custody mothers, divorces, and family court proceedings. Family law cases can be complex and emotional for all parties involved, especially when children are involved. The initial steps you take towards obtaining a divorce lawyer matter, so we will take time to talk through your goals for your divorce with you and provide our expert advice about how best to pursue them.