Child Custody And Visitation: Protecting Your Parent-Child Relationship

The breakup of a marriage is often more traumatic for children than for parents. It is important that the best interests of the children are prioritized at every step of the process. Agreements regarding care, support, visitation and decision-making power must be made. If the parents are unable to agree upon a solution, the decision will be made by the court. It is important that you go through this process with skilled legal representation that will guide you to a resolution that is best for the child.

Our team of lawyers at Scott Law Group, PLLC, is regarded throughout North Carolina for its skill and success in parental rights and visitation matters. We possess an intimate understanding of these laws, as well as the leanings and preferences of local courts and judges in Kernersville and throughout the Piedmont Triad.

Handling All Aspects Of Custody And Visitation

Since 1999, our firm has helped clients in North Carolina preserve relationships with their children despite rocky relations with the other parent. When clients visit us, we take the time to explain the various aspects of custody and then work toward an arrangement that is healthy for the children and the parents. We counsel clients regarding:

  • The differences between legal and physical custody
  • The differences between sole and joint custody
  • Visitation arrangements/parenting time
  • Modifications of existing custody arrangements when needed
  • The rights of parents and grandparents in custody and visitation matters

Our attorneys make every effort to reach an agreement without proceeding to litigation to save the children and parents further stress and expense while maintaining control over the outcome of the situation. If the matter must go to court, however, we are prepared to represent your interests and fight for what is best for your children.

Contact Our Lawyers To Learn More

To arrange an initial consultation to learn how Scott Law Group, PLLC, can help you reach a custody and visitation arrangement that is in the best interests of your child, please call our law firm today at 336-310-8569, 800-566-2907 or send us an email.