Austin Child Custody Lawyer
Child custody and visitation rights often emerge as the primary concern for both parties involved in a divorce. At the Morrison Law Firm, in Austin, Texas, our lead attorney, Greg Morrison, uses his extensive experience and skill in the area of litigation and dispute resolution to help resolve our clients' concerns about establishing primary or joint custody, visitation schedules, relocation restrictions and other related concerns.
Contact an Austin child custody lawyer who can help make a difference in your life.
Our firm understands that in order to get both parents to agree to terms on most child custody and visitation issues, we need to listen to not only the concerns of our client, but the concerns of our client's spouse or former spouse as well. Only then can we work closely with the opposing attorney to create an agreement that best meets the needs of the family, while simultaneously reconciling any respective differences. Rest assured, however, that throughout this entire process, we never let your child's best interests become a secondary concern.
We provide experienced advice and representation in the following areas in a divorce:
- Child custody, including primary or joint custody
- Visitation rights and schedules
- Child support based on custody and other factors
- Child relocation, move-aways affecting visitation
- Protection orders
- Parenting plans and visitation modifications
- Enforcement of custody orders
By using skillful negotiating strategies, and finding creative solutions to your specific issues through the collaborative divorce process, we are often able to find alternatives to emotionally exhausting and financially costly courtroom battles. However, in the event litigation becomes inevitable, you will have more than 23 years of trial experience protecting the rights and interests of both you and your children. The Morrison Law Firm will aggressively litigate these issues on your behalf when settlement is not an option.
Paternity Testing and Fathers' Rights Lawyer
If you have been ordered to take a paternity test, or have been ordered to pay child support based on the outcome of a paternity test, you have rights, as well as obligations. If your paternity of a child is being denied and you wish to legally establish paternity so as to assure your right to act as the child's legal parent, the Morrison Law Firm can help you with this as well. Contact us to schedule a meeting with attorney Greg Morrison about your specific paternity law needs. We will explain how Texas father's rights and child support law affect your particular circumstances.
Contact a Austin, Texas Visitation Attorney Today
Learn more about our complete range of legal services. Contact us to schedule a consultation with an Austin, Texas, divorce attorney. Please call 512-328-3030.