Massachusetts Family Law Attorneys
Child Custody

Dedham Child Custody Attorneys

Helping Clients Craft Strong Parenting Plans in Dedham, MA

When parents go through a divorce, they have to come up with a child custody plan. However, couples often have a difficult time agreeing on a child custody arrangement. Most parents want full custody of their child or they want to take part in all parenting decisions. Unfortunately, it is difficult to have a solution where all parties are fully content. With the experience and help of a Dedham child custody lawyer, you can come up with a fair solution where both parties get to be happy.

At Miller Law Group, P.C., we work tirelessly to help clients craft or litigate a strong agreement while keeping both you and your child’s best interests in mind. We have helped hundreds of parents throughout Massachusetts get fair and optimal results for their child custody plan. Let our team help you from beginning to end!

Call our Dedham child custody attorneys today for a free consultation at (781) 328-1453!

Factors Considered for Child Custody Agreements

Often times, divorcing parents typically fail to come up with a child custody agreement on their own. Parents commonly want from their parenting plan than the other spouse is willing to give, but instead of compromising, they take their case to court. A judge will then consider the child’s best interest when weighing a decision. After analyzing the family’s situation, a judge will grant parents a specific type of custody according to what he or she thinks is suitable.

Judges and courts will consider the following for child custody agreements:

  • Which parent is the most involved in the child’s daily life
  • The age of the child
  • Where both parents live
  • The stability of the parents’ household
  • What the child wants, if age-appropriate

What Are the Different Types of Child Custody?

In Massachusetts, there are four different types of child custody plans that a judge can grant a parent after analyzing influencing factors. The child custody plans that you might be granted include:

  • Legal Custody: This custody is when one or both parents get to provide input on how the child should be raised.
  • Physical Custody: The parent granted physical custody will be where the child primarily lives. Parents can share physical custody if they arrange for their child to alternate homes.
  • Joint Custody: This custody is when both parents share either physical custody or legal custody. In some cases, one parent can have sole physical custody but joint legal custody.
  • Sole Custody: This is when only one parent has full custody of the child. However, the court can still grant the other parent visitation rights.

Call Our Dedham Child Custody Lawyers at (781) 328-1453

If you need strong legal representation to obtain your desired results for a child custody agreement or modification, the Dedham child custody attorneys are here to help you. We are dedicated to helping clients obtain a fair and long-term child custody attorney. We use a variety of strategies and resources to create a strong case that will protect our client’s parental rights. Our firm meets every week to give advice and counsel on every one of our clients’ cases. This way, clients don’t only get an experienced attorney on their side, but they get the counsel of our entire firm. We also work with multiple experts and investigators to strengthen our client’s case, such as vocational experts, educational experts, and custody evaluators. If you need legal assistance for child custody, our team is ready to help you.

Call our Dedham child custody attorneys today for a free consultation at (781) 328-1453. We are available 24/7!

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