The custody of your child is a delicate and paramount subject that will greatly affect the lives of each member of your family. At Foster Law Firm, your child’s best interest is always our main concern, and we know you want to ensure a great future for your child. With decades of experience in child custody arrangements, our lawyers can confidently guide you through the journey ahead. Our team of attorneys includes Board Certification in Family Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, attesting to our exceptional knowledge in this field.
In the State of Texas, the conservator may be granted sole custody of a child, known as a Sole Managing Conservator, or both parents may maintain joint custody, known as Joint Managing Conservatorship. Gaining custody of a child can be arduous endeavor, which is why we handle all legal aspects of the case. We understand how emotionally draining a child custody case can be, and we work diligently to effectively pursue all details of your case with minimal strain on you and your family. You don’t have to go through this complex process alone when you choose Foster Law Firm.
Before filing for child custody, it is essential to be educated on the subject. Consulting a family law attorney is often the most thorough way to answer your questions and explain the details, but we have provided some basic explanations here for your benefit.
In Texas child custody cases, conservatorship refers to the legal authority on who can make decisions on behalf of the child such as which school the child will attend, what form of religious or non-religious upbringing the child will have, and non-emergency medical decisions. The most popular types of legal custody are:
In Texas child custody cases, the primary residence refers to where the child or children will live for the majority of the time. The most common types of Primary Residence include:
Establishing the visitation rights and syncing schedules is another vital aspect of child custody arrangements in Texas child custody cases. There are many factors involved, and your Fort Bend County lawyer can ensure that your family has examined all related issues, in order to avoid complications or miscommunication in the future. You can rest assured that all details are arranged thoroughly with a team of experienced child custody attorneys on your side.
By consulting a child custody lawyer with years of experience in Fort Bend County courts, you can approach this process with confidence. The Foster Law Firm thoroughly studies all details of each situation, and we tailor our efforts to meet your unique set of needs. To speak to an attorney, contact us today at 281-494-3156 or request a free consultation through our online form.