Guiding Families Through Custody And Adoption
We Can Help You Navigate Complex Custody Decisions
Custody matters are the hardest part of divorce and separation. It can be difficult to find common ground when it comes to your child. Custody means more than just where your child sleeps at night. Custody determines who gets to make major life decisions about their education and health. These decisions will impact the way that your child develops throughout their young life.
Our experienced attorneys can help defend your joint or sole custody request both in and outside of the courtroom. If you have already suffered an unfavorable custody decision then it is possible to modify a custody agreement. There are a number of reasons to request a custody modification, some include:
- Active duty deployment of a parent
- Your child is in danger or is neglected while in care of the other parent
- There has been a change in your child’s mental or physical health
- There has been a change in your child’s education or living location
Achieving a custody modification is possible but can be challenging. We can help you understand the criteria for custody modifications and request a hearing on your behalf. Our lawyers understand how these processes work and can help you make a strong case to the court.
Adoption For All Family Types
The adoption process is a long and confusing road. We can help you navigate this extensive legal process to ensure settlement concerning all paperwork and legal matters. We help a wide variety of parent types with adoption. We have experience with:
- Stepparent adoptions
- Same-sex parent adoptions
- Married and unmarried couple adoptions
Kentucky adoption laws can be confusing for first-time and even repeat adoptive parents. Completing an adoption process on your own could cause delays due to application errors or missed information. That is why it is important to have an adoption attorney on your side.
No-Charge Consultations For Families Seeking Assistance
We offer consultations at no charge for anyone seeking help for custody or adoption. You will work one-on-one with an experienced attorney. Call our Owensboro office to set up an appointment at 270-926-5050 or contact us online.