Protecting Your Interests In Child Custody Cases
Parents want the best for their children. But, in a custody dispute, figuring out what is best can be challenging. Many are torn between fighting tooth and nail to protect their time with their kids and limiting the children’s exposure to fighting by often making uncomfortable compromises with the other parent.
At Graff & Associates, LLC, we can help make these difficult decisions easier. We work with you throughout a child custody dispute, helping you to understand the law and how it may apply in your case. We support you in making decisions that are right for your family, and we will fight hard to protect your interests in Pennsylvania courts.
At our Montgomery County law firm, we create child custody and visitation solutions for children born during a marriage as well as children born outside of marriage. We work with families who are currently going through the divorce process as well as help enforce and modify existing child custody orders after a divorce has been finalized. We also handle grandparents’ rights cases, complex cases involving alleged parental alienation and much more.
Solutions Tailored To Your Unique Needs
Each child is different. Each family has unique goals. We can help you negotiate with your spouse to create a schedule that works for you. Mediation can often be a useful tool to create parenting plans and custody agreements. Families who engage in mediation are more likely to report satisfaction in the parenting plans they create. Further, mediated child custody agreements are more likely to be followed.
However, mediation is not right in every case. Sometimes, aggressive court action is needed to achieve the best possible results — especially if one parent is being unreasonable. When necessary, our attorneys take child custody cases to trial. We partner with highly regarded experts, including child psychologists who will testify on your behalf, and we thoroughly prepare to present the proper evidence needed to prove your case to Pennsylvania family court judges.