The San Jose child custody and visitation attorneys of Moreno Family Law Firm can assist you in having the maximum possible time with your children.
Child custody and visitation are areas, that in an ideal world, would be settled amicably by the parents, taking into consideration the parenting skills of each parent and the best interests of the child.
However, in reality, parents often have pretty significant reasons for getting a divorce. Sometimes these reasons revolve around one spouse trying to protect the children from the other spouse. Domestic violence, of course, is one primary reason. But, in addition to that, there are verbally abusive parents, emotionally abusive parents, sexually abusive parents, parents addicted to drugs or alcohol, uncaring or uninvolved parents, inept parents, depressed parents, narcissistic parents, parents who take up with an undesirable significant other, and parents who try to alienate the child(ren) from the other parent. We have achieved successful results in all the above situations.
Can a Father Get 50/50 Custody in California?
Child custody laws in California do not require 50/50 custody. However, joint physical custody in California is generally synonymous with a 50/50 parenting schedule. Therefore, so long as each parent has considerable periods with the children, joint physical custody is appropriate.
Make Protecting Your Child Your Highest Priority
If protecting your child(ren) is one of your biggest concerns, you need an advocate who can turn the system to your advantage. You need a skilled litigator who can expose the falsehoods of the other party and work with your witnesses and documentation to create a solid case for the truth. Moreno Family Law Firm excels at presenting custody evaluators and judges with the type of evidence they need to make a decision in your favor. We have also achieved good results in defending parents from erroneous allegations.
Contact The Moreno Family Law Firm
Our attorneys are ready to help you through your divorce and related family law matters. Contact our firm today via our online form or call us at (408) 676-1814 to get started.