Family Law

General Custody Options

As you and your ex-partner negotiate the best course of action for childcare post-separation, certain legal terms may become perplexing. Consider these three common custody solutions:

1. Sole Custody – In these situations, one parent is granted exclusive rights to care for the child and make all decisions regarding their upbringing, while the other parent may be allowed visitation time with them.

2. Joint Custody – an ideal scenario where both parents share the responsibility of parenting their child(ren). This type of custody can further be broken down into two cohesive parts: joint legal and physical custody. In a joint legal arrangement, the primary residence is decided upon with decisions being jointly made by both parents; in shared physical custody, children spend at least 35% of their time living with each parent respectively.

3. Splitting Custody – When a family has multiple children, parents may opt to divide the kids between two separate homes and thus share custody of them.

Not sure which type of custody arrangement is the best option for you? Let us help! At Law Offices Of RRK, our family law attorney can guide you through all your available choices. Schedule a free consultation at our Austin, TX office today – it could be the key to finding a workable solution that’s right for everyone involved.



What are the Essential Aspects to Consider in a Custody Case?

At the Law Offices Of RRK, we assist clients in resolving family law issues such as:

Custody – If you and your partner are looking to reach an agreement concerning the care of your child (ren) in Austin, TX, we can lend a helping hand. Let us take the daunting task off your hands and guide you through this difficult process toward finding an arrangement that works for everyone involved.

Visitation – We are committed to creating a visitation plan that works for both partners, while also keeping the best interests of your children at heart.

Contempt of court – If a court order is breached, we’ll do everything in our power to rectify the situation.

Child support – We are here to assist you in organizing a payment plan and ensure its strict adherence through the court system.

Don’t struggle through visitation and child custody matters alone. Our dedicated lawyers are here to help you with all your legal needs, so call 512-436-2779 now for a free one-on-one consultation with an experienced custody attorney.

Robert R. Kiesling

When you’re facing any kind of legal battle, you need a talented attorney on your side. The Law Offices Of RRK has been representing the interests of clients for 18 years

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