Charlotte Child Custody Attorney
Serving Our Community for Over Two Decades
Nothing is more important to parents than their children. If you are getting a divorce in North Carolina, it is critical to consult with a practiced divorce attorney who can advise you of your rights and responsibilities as a parent.
At Krusch & Sellers, P.A., we offer expert and dedicated legal representation to people throughout North Carolina. Our Charlotte child custody lawyers have over six decades of collaborative experience in cases involving custody and visitation disputes.
Our attorneys provide representation in cases involving:
Choose Your Actions Wisely
In the state of North Carolina, a husband and wife must be legally separated for one year prior to the filing of a divorce complaint. During the period of separation, a husband and wife must act in the best interests of their children.
All too often, spouses have disagreements about custody and visitation and other matters that can affect the welfare of their children. Moreover, many people do not understand how much their actions can affect their parental rights if the matter ends up being decided by a judge.
Helping You Make Hard Decisions
Judges do not look favorably on a parent who unreasonably withholds access to the children from the other parent. All too often, people make critical errors that adversely affect their position in a custody dispute because they do not know what judges expect of them. To ensure that you do not fall prey to this, it is vital that you speak with a Charlotte divorce attorney at Krush & Sellers, P.A., and let us advise you on the correct course of action.
Judges & Child Custody
More and more often, judges in Charlotte courts are deciding that it is in the best interest of the children for parents to maintain joint legal custody rights even after separating and divorcing. For one parent to gain sole decision-making power in a case, there are usually extenuating circumstances that establish that one parent is not fit to make decisions in the children’s best interests, or that joint decisions are impossible given the personalities of the two parents involved.
There are a variety of factors that affect your child custody case, such as:
- The age of your child/children
- Number of siblings
- The proximity of the two parent’s households
- The work schedule of each parent
- Each parent’s ability to provide for their child/children
Contact Our Charlotte Divorce Lawyer Today!
Your situation will be unique to your family. We can help you understand the likely options you will face if your case is decided by a judge. This understanding may help you resolve the dispute without the need for court involvement.
For assistance with your child custody case, please contact our firm by calling (704) 343-8811.