Child Custody and Visitation

Child Custody: What You Need To Know

When two parents separate, the most important decisions revolve around their child. Reuter Law Group, PC, has worked with clients throughout Texas. We understand the magnitude of these choices and are here to help you through it. As a women-owned firm, we act as a strong advocate for our clients.

Understanding Your Options

In these cases, it is always best if both parties can come up with an agreement on their own. Our attorneys can help you do this. It involves the ability to compromise as well as open communication. That being said, we know that it is not always so simple. When that is the case, we will do everything we can to represent not only your best interests, but also the best interests of your child. A judge will have the final say, and we can build the strongest case possible on your behalf.

Child custody is referred to as “conservatorship” in Texas. There are two types to choose from. Joint managing conservatorship means both parents share time, decisions and responsibilities. Sole managing conservatorship means only one parent is in charge. The courts will look at a number of factors when determining what is fair. The relationship between each parent and the child and where their school is located are among the most important. It is the same when deciding on a visitation schedule. Having the right attorney at your side throughout your case is crucial.

Don’t Wait; Call Our Office Today

Whether you are deciding on a visitation schedule or determining custody, these cases are often time-sensitive. It’s important to reach out to an experienced attorney as soon as possible. To reach someone in our Alamo Heights office, call 210-761-6184 today. You can also fill out our online contact form by clicking here.