Child Custody Lawyer
Florence, Boone County, KY | Covington, Kenton County, KY
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What is joint custody, shared custody, split custody and sole custody? Which is a court likely to order and which is best for me and my child? Are my concerns for the child the same as what the court considers important?
Custody is the decision-making authority of the parents or guardians. Each of the above types of custody has a distinct meaning. However, there is no preference in the law for any type of custody. The court's focus, and therefore your focus, needs to be on what is in the best interest of the child. Even parents who cannot get along should both want what is in the best interest of the children. However, they may not agree on what is best. An attorney can help focus your case on what will be important to your judge. Also, the law differs from state to state, so what you may have heard from family, friends and co-workers is not always the same as the information and advice you would receive from a Kentucky attorney who is experienced in the area of the law most important to you.
What documentation do I need?
Please see my Family Law Checklist for the documentation you should bring to your free initial consultation.