Florida Child Custody Attorney

Jacksonville Child Custody Lawyer

Child custody is probably the most sensitive issue in family law that causes a great deal of stress, fear and anxiety. Our Jacksonville Child Custody Lawyers at the Law Office of David M. Goldman, PLLC strive to help ease the confusion and emotion that often surround custody matters.

We will take the time to explain your options as well as the approach that may be used in striving to provide resolution to child custody issues. We understand the emotionalism of each case and approach each case with an understanding and aggressive method.

Our firm views each case individually and without judgment. By taking a fresh look at each case, we are able to assess the potential for achieving a favorable resolution in each child custody matter. There are many factors that affect the way in which child custody is awarded, but the most important factor is the best interests of the children. We encourage our clients to keep this factor in mind while pursuing the establishment of a custody, parenting time or Visitation / time sharing agreement. We are highly skilled in creating case arguments for shared parental responsibility and physical custody and will help explain the legal differences between the two.

If you need help with child custody issues or want to re-evaluate a child custody order, contact a Jacksonville Child Custody Lawyer online or call us at 904-685-1200 to speak with one of our Jacksonville Child Custoday Lawyers or Jacksonville Family Lawyers
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