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Skilled Attorney To Handle Child Custody And Support Issues

Child custody and parenting time negotiations are difficult for many parents. While it is hard to imagine not being able to see your child any time you want, it is important to keep in mind that your relationship with your child is not over because of a custody and parenting time agreement.

At the Law Offices of Michael H. Schreiber, we can help parents in Atlantic City and the surrounding counties of New Jersey find a custody agreement that allows them to continue building that special relationship with their child. Give us a call today to arrange a confidential consultation about your unique situation.

We know that nothing is more important than your relationship with your child. With more than 35 years of experience, attorney Michael Schreiber has the tools to find the right solution for you and your child.

Creating A Custody Plan That Works For You

In order to be enforceable, a child custody plan must take into account the needs of each parent and, above all else, the best interests of the child or children involved.

Joint custody is the most common solution. Depending on the specific circumstances of your case, parents may have joint legal custody, joint physical custody or both. Joint physical custody refers to the time spent with each parent. Joint legal custody refers to the ability to make decisions on behalf of the child. Although this solution is most common, there are other options.

In some cases, awarding sole custody to one parent may be the best option. Sole custody means that one parent has either sole legal custody, sole physical custody or both. If the parent has sole physical custody, it may be necessary to create a visitation or parenting time plan with the noncustodial parent.

Schedule An Initial Consultation Today

We are ready to help you through this challenging situation. Call our office at 877-434-5519 or contact us online to schedule an appointment to meet with lawyer Michael Schreiber. Services are available in Portuguese.