North Florida Child Custody Lawyers
In a divorce setting, the well-being of your child and child custody arrangements are undoubtedly on your mind. An experienced attorney can stand by your side to help you protect your child. At the Law Offices of Nooney & Roberts, we have more than 28 years of combined experience helping people involved in child custody disputes. Our experience can work for you and your children.
Would you like to speak with an attorney regarding your child custody and visitation questions? Call the Law Offices of Nooney & Roberts at 904-638-8914 to schedule a free consultation. You can also submit a contact form and we will be in touch with you promptly.
Targeted Strategy to Reach your Goals
At the Law Offices of Nooney & Roberts, our job is to discover the relevant facts your situation and identify your goals. Our attorneys will take time to ask your desired outcome is in a legal custody case. We will tailor a strategy that is designed to reach that outcome.
Our attorneys are equipped to answer any questions you may have about child custody. Many people going through a divorce simply have questions about custody arrangements. Often, parents do not know the difference between physical and legal custody and we can help you to understand this difference. Physical custody refers to where the child lives; legal custody refers to decisions made for the child. In many cases, one parent has physical custody while the other has visitation rights and joint legal custody.
Child custody modifications
A substantial change of condition might create a need for modification of a child custody order. One parent may desire to relocate in order to pursue a new job opportunity. In other cases, one parent is concerned that the other is unfit because of drug or alcohol abuse. Whether your goal is to request a change or to prevent a change from occurring, our firm can help.
Nooney & Roberts also handles child support determination and modification. Our firm consistently strives to look out for the best interests of children involved.
For a free consultation about child custody, contact the Law Offices of Nooney & Roberts.