Child Custody Lawyer Serving Lindstrom, Chisago County And Surrounding Areas
Child custody issues can appear during or after a divorce, or they can happen in a relationship breakup between two people who are not married. In any case involving children, disputes can quickly become emotionally charged. When couples are struggling through matters such as child custody and child support, it is wise to seek the counsel of an experienced Chisago County child custody attorney.
Many times it is also important to revisit custody orders. If you have any major changes in your life such as a new marriage, new home, new career, etc., it may be time to rework your custody order. This assures that the changes and growth in your life will continue to function properly with your custody order.
In the event that you are not married, many issues may be present and need attention that many people are not aware of. Assuring that parentage is established for an unmarried father is the most important, as this is not automatic.
At Johnson Brothers Law, the attorneys have experience helping clients navigate through the full range of family law matters. We understand the importance of finding an equitable balance between the needs of the parents and what is in the best interests of the children. Whether you are facing a paternity case, third-party visitation case, third-party custody case or a case involving stepparent or grandparents’ rights issues, it is important to contact a knowledgeable Minnesota lawyer as soon as possible.
At Johnson Brothers Law, we are powerful advocates defending your best interests with a combination of tenacity, integrity and experience that is applied in conjunction with our legal knowledge to get the best results possible.
With our experience as family law attorneys, clients directly benefit from our background. We can provide answers, insight and guidance in matters such as custody, visitation, paternity and the development of a time parenting plan.
It is not uncommon for close family members to be concerned about the care and well-being of children that are a part of a divorce. In situations where there has been evidence of child abuse, drug abuse, neglect or criminal activity, the court may place the children with aunts, uncles or grandparents. If you are seeking third-party custody of a child, contact the firm as soon as possible. Johnson Brothers Law can listen to the facts of your case and provide valuable insight into your situation.