Sole custody agreements are child custody agreements that in nature are filled with emotion. Facing a future of caring for your children on your own is frightening. We understand how you are feeling as you are facing divorce. We understand the emotions you are feeling about the future. Which is why we are here for you today, throughout this process and long after your divorce is finalized.
Sole custody refers to the child custody agreement where one parent has physical and legal custody of the children. This isn’t as common as it once was and is only ever utilized under a few circumstances:
- One parent has given up their parental rights
- One parent is incapable of custody, for example, incarcerated
- One parent has a history of domestic or child abuse
- Both parents are not capable of caring for the child, for example, a grandparent is granted sole custody
Divorces are complicated and emotional especially when it comes to child custody and parenting plans. You need an ally. We have the experience, resources, and skills required to provide you with empathetic and compassionate legal service.
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