Custody is the most important issue for many of our clients. That is why the attorneys at Hopson & Parris work tirelessly to maximize the chances of successful custody litigation for our clients.
Since 1985, our lawyers have worked closely with clients to help them achieve their goals for child custody and visitation. The courts decide custody matters according to the best interests of the child. In order to assert our clients' interests, we work with a wide array of professionals who help us build our clients' cases, including health care professionals, private detectives and police officers.
If you are planning a divorce, it is very important to understand that the action you take now may become permanent. If you do not seek legal help right away, you may find yourself at a significant disadvantage down the road. By reaching out to a lawyer immediately, you will stand a far better chance of receiving a favorable outcome. For best results, contact an attorney before you separate from your spouse and move out of the marital home.
Cadiz Visitation Attorneys
It is important to understand the differences between legal custody and physical custody. Legal custody refers to a parent's right to make decisions about a child's life such as which school the child will attend or whether the child should undergo a surgical procedure. Physical custody determines where and with whom the child will live. Visitation, or parenting time, may be granted to the noncustodial parent.
Contact Hopson & Parris
Our western Kentucky child custody attorneys will explain the likely outcome of your case and work to assert your interests, both in and out of court. Contact our office in Cadiz at 270-301-5464 or Oak Grove at 270-605-0047. Our office in Oak Grove is conveniently located across from Gate 4 Fort Campbell.