BLOG

 

Child Custody / Visitation

Massachusetts child custody is based on the best interests of the child. If the parents cannot agree to what is in the best interests of the child, then it is necessary to convince the court why a party’s position is in the best interests of the child.

The client and I work collaboratively to determine the strengths and weaknesses of the case in order to present the most compelling argument before the court. I can assist you with the following types of custody issues:

  1. Legal Custody
  2. Physical Custody
  3. Removal from Massachusetts
  4. Parenting Plans
  5. Sole Custody
  6. Visitation Rights

 

FAQ regarding child custody and visitation

  • How do I get parenting time with my children?

If you are seeking parenting time with your child(ren), then you need to petition the appropriate probate and family Court. The type of pleading that you are required to file is dependent on your current situation.

  • Can I move out of state with the children without the permission of the other parent?

In order to permanently remove your child out of state without the permission of the other parent it is necessary to get the approval of the court.

  • How can I speak with a lawyer about my specific situation?

Call our office at 617-410-6467 to schedule a meeting with an attorney.

LEAVE A COMENT