Protecting Parents While Fighting For The Children’s Best Interests
Questions surrounding child custody and visitation can make the difficult process of divorcing even harder. An already emotional experience can become even more contentious during such proceedings, and cause both parents stress and anxiety. In these matters, it’s important to have the guidance of an experienced, compassionate lawyer who can zealously represent your parental interests.
For over a decade, attorney Amanda L. H. Brinton has provided clients in both Wilmington and across New Castle County, Delaware, and in Media and across Delaware County, Pennsylvania, with determined representation in custody and visitation matters. We’ll work with you to craft the plans that will generate the best outcome for both parents and children.
Providing Flexibility While Respecting Your Interests
Our firm understands the importance of creating a custody and visitation plan that respects your parental rights while accounting for the 21st century reality. Many parents have busy schedules or travel for work, and are unable to accommodate a traditional parenting plan. We work with our clients to craft individualized plans that ultimately place the child in the best position.
Assisting Parents Through The Custody Process
Most often, a joint legal custody agreement is most beneficial for parents after a divorce, which allows parents to split responsibilities while giving each a voice in the child’s upbringing. However, this arrangement is not optimal for every family situation. In other cases, one parent having sole custody of the child may be a major issue during a divorce.
We can help you evaluate your options and determine the best course of action in these situations. We handle everything from assisting you with the petition for custody, to fighting on your behalf if we cannot reach an agreement. When necessary, we also help devise a fitting contact, or visitation, schedule. Whatever your situation, we’ll advocate for your position and your parental rights.
Contact Us Today
Get you child custody questions answered today by a knowledgable attorney. Call us at 302-691-9059 or use the contact form.