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Protecting Your Right To Shared Parenting

Attorneys practicing in shared parenting:

Although there are many areas that can invite disagreement during a divorce proceeding, few generate the emotion and anxiety of child custody issues.

The family law attorneys of Altick & Corwin are experienced in helping mothers and fathers navigate the delicate areas of child custody and support, providing careful legal counsel that acknowledges that children are the highest priority for our clients. We assist our clients in achieving their legal goals while also doing what is in children’s best interests.

If you have children and are considering divorce, call 937-608-9460 or toll free 888-542-3148 to discuss child custody and parenting plans.

The Benefits Of A Collaborative Approach To Divorce

We believe that all parties — and especially children — benefit from a collaborative approach when considering child custody during a divorce.

Ohio allows parents to share rights and responsibilities for the care and upbringing of children in a shared parenting plan when it is in the best interests of the children involved. Because courts will approve these plans when they meet the requirements, shared parenting plans allow spouses to come together to decide how to raise their children in a two-household environment.

We encourage our clients to approach child custody issues in the spirit of cooperation. Doing so often makes the divorce process less acrimonious and can even result in less time and expense for our clients, many of whom are eager to begin the next chapter of their lives. We work diligently to uphold our clients’ rights while helping them ensure that their children will be protected during a challenging time.

Contact Our Skilled Attorneys To Protect Your Rights

The Dayton shared parenting lawyers of Altick & Corwin offer exceptional, attentive and results-oriented legal representation that few firms in our region can match. Schedule a confidential consultation to discuss your divorce needs with our skilled family law attorneys. Call Altick & Corwin at 937-608-9460 or toll free at 888-542-3148. You may also send us an email.

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