Worcester Child Custody Lawyer
Filing for Custody in Massachusetts
A divorce puts your entire family into a period of transition. The faster you can create a stable custody agreement, the sooner your children will be able to get some structure back in their lives. Your child custody agreement will determine how much time you can spend with your children, and how involved your partner is involved in your child or children's lives. Though you may have a difficult time dealing with your ex-spouse, the least stressful and quickest child custody plans are those made between parents who can agree.
Because your custody arrangement affects you and your family, you want to make sure you have a skilled lawyer representing your best interests. Kovacs Law, P.C. is here to help you protect your children and your rights as a parent. With any family law issue, it is vital that your attorney provides you with personal attention and understands your needs as a parent. Our firm in Worcester, MA, has helped hundreds of clients find workable custody arrangements, allowing them to move forward with their lives. We are dedicated to getting you the child custody arrangement that is right for you.
Determining Custody in Massachusetts Family Courts
In our state, family courts will always place the well-being of the children above any other consideration. Neither parent will automatically be granted custody based on conditions such as motherhood or having a higher-paying job. The best thing parents can do is to present clear evidence that being granted full or shared custody is in the best interests of the children.
Child custody court proceedings can be complex and emotional, and it can be difficult for a parent to represent themselves effectively. Our Worcester firm will know how to demonstrate in court that you are a beneficial influence on your children and will bring them long-term stability. Speak to our child custody attorney as soon as possible to begin preparing your case.
Contact a Worcester child custody lawyer today to protect your children after a divorce.