Child Custody Lawyer in Spring, TX
Your children are the most important people in your life. If you are currently
facing a child custody battle, it may benefit you to contact the
educated and experienced team at the
Law Office of Bryan Fagan.
Whether your case must be handled through the use of litigation or can
be resolved amicably with the use of
mediation, you can count on the firm's Spring divorce lawyers to assist you.
The firm recognizes that no two individuals are going through the same
situation, and the team ensures that every client is provided with a high level of
personalized attention, compassion, and respect. Additionally, the team works to come up with custom solutions, tailored
to fit the unique needs and goals of each client. Get started on your
child custody case by contacting the firm today to set up your
free and confidential consultation!
Exceptional Mediation, Negotiation, & Litigation Services
When it comes to the well-being of your children, you would not want to
place your child custody case in the hands of just any lawyer, would you?
At the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, the team understands how emotionally
draining and overwhelming child custody cases can be—especially
if they involve having to go to court. The team possesses a great deal
of experience handling child custody cases, and they are prepared to assist
clients no matter how complicated the situation may be.
The team is passionate about maintaining an in-depth familiarity of the
Texas family law system, and founding Attorney Fagan does so by choosing
to continue his legal eduation. Attorney Fagan attends the College of
the State Bar of Texas, making him part of the
10% of Texan lawyers that are qualified to do so.In addition, with an
A+ Rating by the Better Business Bureau, the team has truly demonstrated their
high level of professionalism and legal ability.
Types of Child Custody
Child custody can be arranged in several different ways. Both parents can
have equal custody of the children post-divorce, or one parent may have
majority or sole custody. Normally, the court arranges this after evaluating
the parents and their relationship with their children. Also, the court
will need to evaluate whether or not parents could work together in a
joint custody relationship.
Joint custody: When both parents have some degree of custody over the children
Sole custody: When one parent has primary custody over the child
Legal custody: Designated for the parent who makes decisions education, medical care,
Physical custody: Designated for the parent that owns the residence where the child lives
The courts can award joint legal or physical custody and may require ex-spouses
to split their time with the child equally or in a percentage that is
Acting in the Best Interests of the Child
If the court is responsible for determining child custody in your case,
then they will decide the matter in what they conclude to be the best
interests of the child.
In order to act in the best interests of the child, the court evaluates:
- The child's relationship with both parents
- The parents' willingness to allow the child to have a relationship
with the other parent
- The parents' location
- The parents history with alcohol, drugs or smoking
- The parents' ability to work together
- The health, age, employment and well-being of both parents
Why Mediation Benefits Both Parties
The courts in Texas encourage spouses to work through child custody plans
together using a mediator. At the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, the firm
can provide you with a
trustworthy and helpful mediator. In mediation, you and your spouse will sit down and calmly work out a
custody plan that works best for both of you and one that helps the children.
The judge normally adopts the parents' plan unless it is not in the
best interests of the child. This can help keep your children out of court
and maintain a calm atmosphere in the home.
Regardless of how complicated matters may seem, the team does everything
in their power to help clients reach favorable results. Clients always
work directly with their attorney, and the team always strives to
go above and beyond what is expected of them. For more information about child custody or
to schedule your free case evaluation, be sure to
contact the firm!
To get started on your child custody case, contact the firm today for a
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