Take Control Of Your Custody Matters
A child’s life history is priceless and irreplaceable. Every parent-child relationship has a limited period to form lasting bonds of affection that will stand the test of time. If you are engaged in a dispute regarding child custody or need guidance about a viable child custody and visitation arrangement, the family law attorneys at The Ramage Law Group are here to help you.
The Benefit Of A Court Order
Whether you are approaching divorce, are already divorced or never married your child’s other parent, you need to understand that a legal court order is in the best interest of your child. Informal arrangements may sound promising at the time that a close relationship is dissolving, but over time, a mother or a father may shift priorities. A court order that clearly defines the rights and obligations of the parents can help protect you and your child’s relationship.
Advocating For Visitation Rights
If you are struggling with custody arrangements, you understand the importance of ensuring that a child maintains healthy relationships with both parents and extended family members. Divorce does not end your family; it merely changes the way it looks.
Modifying Orders To Benefit The Children
Our child custody attorneys encourage our clients to take the long view and consider what type of family relationships they wish to nurture over years, decades and a lifetime — not just in the short run of the immediate period after separation. Modifications to post-divorce custody decrees are possible to address the changing needs of children and parental circumstances.
Get Help Today
At The Ramage Law Group, our attorneys provide knowledgeable legal counsel to parents in communities such as Frisco, McKinney, Plano and Allen who face issues regarding possession and access to children — including high-conflict child custody disputes. Contact a lawyer about any child custody matter by calling 469-207-1079 or by using the online form.
Persevering Youth Nomination
At The Ramage Law Group, we are proud of the children in our community. They balance going to school, sports practice, art class, dance and many other extracurriculars while still having time to see friends. However, sometimes being a kid isn’t all fun and games. Some children must deal with challenges such as a divorce in the family, academic performance issues and trouble with friends. We want to recognize those children who overcome their challenges daily and emerge stronger from them. To learn more, visit our Persevering Youth Nomination page.