Providing A Stable Environment For Your Child
When parents attempt to resolve custody issues, the court has one goal: to provide a stable and safe environment in which the child can thrive. In an ideal world, both parents also focus on this goal. But, child custody and visitation can be very emotional for both parents and child. Legal issues are stressful enough. We help you retain a sense of agency over the process. Make sure your voice is heard.
As determinations regarding child custody matters revolve around what is in the best interest of the children, we concentrate on finding solutions that will make the entire process as painless as possible for you and your children. Our firm is almost 30 years old. Our experience, resources and reputation are excellent, and we can help you achieve your goals.
We Facilitate Civil Relationships In Negotiation And During Trial
Your child’s other parent is a part of their life. This is a fact that rarely changes. It is in both parties’ best interest to preserve a civil co-parenting relationship whenever possible in a family law matter. At Law Office of Kathryn Figueredo Fowler, we facilitate mutually agreeable custody and visitation schedules by identifying key areas of conflict, such as:
- What time and which parent is available for child care?
- Are there specific holidays or cultural observations to consider?
- How do you plan for long breaks from school or other activities?
- What schedule best accommodates each parent’s work schedule and other commitments?
Unfortunately, it is not always possible to resolve disputes through negotiation. Therefore, we prepare every child custody case as if it was going to trial. We also have extensive experience resolving cases through other alternative resolution methods.
Schedule A Time To Talk To Us
Whether through negotiation or trial, Law Office of Kathryn Figueredo Fowler provides aggressive representation for everyone we represent. We know how to try cases in the courtroom and how to get the evidence supporting your case in front of the judge, or properly presented at mediation. Call our office at 512-943-9812 or reach us online today. Your initial consultation is free.