Johnson County Child Custody Lawyer
Child Custody Disputes
Child custody disputes can be heart-wrenching and costly. To avoid this, many jurisdictions have implemented local "guidelines" for
custody and visitation
. Judges will generally consider and follow these unless provided with a good reason for deviating from them. At Martin & Wallentine, we understand not only the legal aspects of your case, but the emotional aspects as well. We believe that this is vital in custody disputes. Often, it is only by bringing the emotional aspects of your case to light that a court can truly appreciate your well-founded concerns for your children. Unless the judge addressing your case can understand the reasons for your concerns, he may not follow our recommendations for the care and custody of your children.
How We Can Help
As the Johnson County
representing you in your child custody dispute, our first step is to listen to your goals for the care and custody of your children. Next, we evaluate the facts and circumstances surrounding your family situation. We then apply our knowledge of the law and our experience with the legal system to your case to determine whether your goals can be obtained in court and the possibility of success.
After a careful evaluation of your case, if your goals must be modified to be obtainable in court, we will tell you so. We will always strive to give you a frank legal assessment of your case. With a shared approach in mind, we are ready to proceed with your case. Sometimes the unexpected can happen in child custody disputes. If we believe there's a need to modify our game plan, we will work with you to do so in order to maximize your results.
Find a Child Custody Attorney in Johnson County
Contact an attorney from Martine & Wallentine today for the representation you deserve. We will provide you with caring guidance and aggressive representation, stopping at nothing to obtain the best results for the sake of your child and for yourself. Call now to schedule a free consultation, or fill out our online evaluation form to start on your child custody case. We could help!