Doing What Is Best For You And Your Kids
As parents, we worry about our children. We worry about everything: their friends, their grades, how they dress, if they are eating correctly or if they are happy. When parents go through a divorce, one of the most important things they worry about is how their children are going to survive. We want to ensure that they have as much stability as possible and that the arrangements for their custody and upbringing will allow them to grow and flourish whatever the situation.
At the Law Office of Susan A. Moch, I understand what you are enduring. For more than 45 years, I have represented parents throughout Connecticut who are involved in custody disputes. With compassion, strength and experience, I will guide you toward a resolution that puts your children’s best interests first.
Resolving Difficult Disputes
Sadly, not all divorced parents place the interests of their children above their own. I know that children are not weapons to be used to get a better financial settlement or to taunt the other parent. The best outcome in any divorce is when parents can put their children first. However, reality tells us that not all parents are willing to do that.
Understand Your Custody Options
There are two types of custody arrangements. These are:
- Physical custody: This refers to where the children live and which parent resides with them most of the time.
- Legal custody: This type of custody refers to decisions about the child’s medical care, education and other issues.
Courts prefer to award joint legal and physical custody when possible. However, some circumstances, including the presence of abuse, lend themselves to sole or primary physical or legal custody.
Get My Help To Help Your Kids
If you believe that you and your spouse are going to fight about the custody of your children or the parenting time that each of you will have with the children, my experience as a family law attorney in high-conflict custody cases will allow me to advise you and stand up for your rights and those of your children. You need someone on your side who can stand up to manipulation and pressure and help you in your quest for the best for your children. Contact me in Westport to schedule an initial consultation about custody and visitation. Call 203-424-0950 or send an email.