Helping You Find Practical Solutions In Divorce And Co-Parenting

Swift Resolutions For Custody Disputes

Child custody disputes can be one of the most challenging aspects of family law. When parents cannot agree on a custody arrangement for long enough, the only viable solution to their dispute may be legal action. With the help of an experienced and compassionate family law attorney, you can protect your children and your best interests.

At the Law Office of Matt Sossi, we understand the complexities involved and are committed to advocating for what is best for your children while protecting your rights as a parent. Our Texas family law attorney takes the time to learn about the unique details in these kinds of cases before developing a personalized strategy that can help us provide our clients with the outcomes they deserve in their custody disputes, no matter what kind of challenge they are facing.

Types Of Child Custody Disputes

Child custody disputes can arise in various situations, each presenting unique challenges and requiring careful legal guidance. With more than 30 years of experience in family law, we can help you through the process of resolving all types of custody disputes.

Divorce-Related Custody Disputes

During divorce proceedings, determining child custody is often a contentious issue. It is common for parents to disagree on who should have primary custody in a divorce, what a visitation schedule should look like, and how they should make the major decisions in a child’s life. We can help you reach an agreement that puts your child’s needs first while pursuing an arrangement that reflects those needs and your rights as a father or mother.

Custody Issues For Unmarried Parents

Child custody disputes are not limited to divorcing couples. When an unmarried couple disagrees about their custody arrangement, we can help our clients seek an agreement that allows both parents to have the time they need to be a major part of the lives of their children.

Post-Divorce Custody Modifications

Even after a divorce is finalized, custody arrangements may need to be modified due to changes in circumstances. When life changes, a parent may want their custody arrangement to change with it, especially after relocating for a job, getting remarried, or experiencing a major health issue. Whether you are looking for a change or to keep things as they are, we can help you.

Focused On Your Child’s Best Interests

At the Law Office of Matt Sossi, we prioritize the well-being of your children in all custody matters. Our attorney listens to your concerns and works closely with you to develop a strategy that supports your child’s best interests while advocating for your rights as a parent. Call our San Antonio office at 210-686-6193 or email us here to schedule your initial consultation today.