Child Custody & Child Support
Child Custody Attorneys Serving The Woodlands, TX
It can be difficult for many to decide which parent will be custodial. One custodial parent may choose to become the sole one or settle for weekends visits and occasional dinners with your spouse. We areThe Woodlands’s best child custody and child support attorneys. Our goal is to help you navigate the process and find the best custodial outcome.
These decisions can be emotionally difficult. It is important that you remember that it doesn’t always have to be one or the other. Abercrombie, Sanchez & Wood Law are family law attorneys who have been through custody battles and know that there is more than one way. We work to your best interests and find ways to help you and your family rebuild after divorce. Our lawyers are available to help with your child custody and divorce cases. Forth Worth, TX child custody lawyers are available to assist you.
Woodlands Child Custody & Visitation
Family is at the top of every parent’s minds. We find ways to help parents make the difficult, emotionally draining decisions when deciding what is in their best interests.
Never trust the fate your family’s family to someone who hasn’t been through the fight to save it. Our combined expertise of over 20 years in this field provides clients with invaluable insight as well as proven results. We help parents understand the stakes and the best ways to address them, while also ensuring their children’s financial security. We are experts in all types of aggressive litigation tactics, and we help parents to decide the best way to protect the children’s interests. We have been there for parents every step of the way. From determining where their children should reside to who and what primary parent they should have, to how should time be divided between them. The Woodlands child custody lawyers have the expertise, experience, and tenacity that will help you ensure that your kids’ well-being is always at heart of all who are involved in their lives.
Woodlands Child Support
Child support payments are not intended to be punitive. They are meant to provide adequate care for your child. While there are guidelines that can be used to calculate child support amounts, your particular situation may have other considerations. Child support is intended to help (not pay 100%) your child’s needs. This usually includes a portion of food, clothing, housing, medical expenses, or any other expenses that are necessary for your child.
Our child support attorneys in The Woodlands use family law expertise to fight for what’s in the best interests of you and your child to achieve an agreeable outcome in your particular situation.