Providing For Your Children In Your New Future
Any divorce involving children can quickly become disputed. Even when the two parties are generally in agreement, it’s not uncommon for disagreements to arise over the child custody arrangement or, simply, differing beliefs about child-rearing techniques. When these disputes arise, it is crucial that you have an experienced family law attorney on your side.
It is likely that you have heard the terms custody, visitation, parenting time or parenting plans. You might have even heard custody broken down to legal custody, physical custody, joint custody and sole custody. No matter the specific phrase, you will be negotiating the amount of time the child spends with each parent.
For our Charlotte clients, we can carefully examine their situations and provide the clear direction they need to arrive at a beneficial custody plan. From sharing decision-making responsibilities to determining when and where drop-offs are to take place, we can help. We understand the serious nature of these decisions and will provide honest answers and clear guidance through the process.
In North Carolina, child support is largely driven by a calculation. For the most part, this calculation is centered on the earning potential of each parent and the amount of time that will be spent with the children. Having said that, however, there are numerous other factors that must be considered.
At Gamble Law Firm, PLLC, we will consider factors such as educational costs, the cost of extracurricular activities, day care costs and any costs associated with special needs care or education. Our firm will fight to ensure that an accurate determination of child support can be made. Clients trust us for our tenacity and our attention to detail when we handle these and other family law matters.
When children are involved, a divorce can be very emotionally difficult, and Keith Gamble understands the dynamics of what a parent has to go through during the divorce and breakup of the family.
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Initial phone consultations are provided at no charge at 704-585-1197. If you prefer, our firm can be reached by completing our convenient online contact form. Do not hesitate to discuss your family law matter with a skilled child custody and support lawyer.