Child custody disputes arise in several different types of cases. A dispute can arise in a divorce or in a post divorce modification proceeding. It can also arise between unmarried parents or between other family members, such as grandparents, who seek custody of a child. The primary factor considered by Texas courts in a child custody case is the “best interests of the child.”
Our firm is devoted to helping you present the best possible evidence to show the court what is truly in the best interests of your child. We know that your children mean the world to you, and we will do everything we can to help protect you and them.
Generally, we feel it is in everyone’s best interests for the parties to reach a mutual agreement with regards to child custody, whether that be through the informal settlement process, mediation or collaborative law. However, if it becomes necessary to fight for your children in court, our firm is experienced and prepared to fight for you.