Helping Families Create Child Custody Agreements
Whenever parents need to create a child custody agreement during their divorce, it’s generally agreed that both parties should do whatever is in the child’s best interest. However, determining what is best can be difficult. The smallest decisions, such as a child’s diet or how close they live to their school, can become explosive fights. Sometimes, the discussion becomes so muddled that neither party knows what they want and they may spend months or years fighting to an inconclusive end.
At Thomas M. Shanley, P.C., we understand how important your child’s future is and we want to help you create a positive atmosphere for them. Don’t spend any more time arguing in circles with your former spouse. Instead, get a results-driven legal advocate who will fight for your interests.
The Right Custody Arrangement For You
In Connecticut, parents going through a divorce are empowered to create a child custody agreement that works for them with the help of lawyers. After they’ve created an agreement, a judge can review and approve it to make it official.
Our attorney is passionate about getting optimal results for his clients. Regardless of how complicated your situation may be, we will work closely with you to strategize about your goals and how best to achieve them. We understand how difficult a divorce can be and how it will affect your children. Because of this, we’re committed to efficiently finding solutions and helping you achieve what is best for your family.
From helping you get the resources you need to give your children the best life possible to dividing assets fairly, our attorney can give you the tools you need to do right by your children today.
Call Today To Discuss Your Future
Your children should have everything they need to grow and thrive. In many situations, divorce is the best option for both the parents and children involved. Child custody laws in Connecticut can be complicated, but at Thomas M. Shanley, P.C., we will help you make educated decisions about you and your child’s future.
Don’t hesitate to get the legal guidance you need. Call our firm at 203-542-9391 today or send us an email to schedule your first appointment.