Your Child & Divorce
Guidance from Our Westchester County Divorce Lawyer
If you are considering
divorce as an option to pursue better circumstances, then it is important to recognize
the effects that divorce can have in your life, especially if you have
children. There are various studies that have been conducted to research:
- Effects of divorce on children
- The psychological damage
- How to minimize damage to child
- Emotional consequences of this change
What you also are likely concerned with from the personal standpoint is
whether or not you will be able to retain custody of your child and how
this will affect you in the future.
Coming to an Agreement
Deciding who will retain custody is a serious issue, and if you are unable
to obtain the outcome that you desire, then you could suffer greatly from
unwanted circumstances. If you and your spouse are unable to come to an
agreement regarding custody and child support, then the judge will decide
these issues on your behalf.
The decision that the judge makes will be for the child's best interests.
This means that they will consider who can provide a better home life
for the child and which parent will be responsible for child support payments.
In some cases, joint-custody is granted; however, there are many cases
where sole custody and visitation for the non-custodial parent is granted.
Divorce Attorney in White Plains
Facing divorce can cause a great deal of stress and uncertainty, and it
is crucial to your future and your child's well-being that you are
able to pursue the results that you need.
Riebling, Proto & Sachs, LLP, we understand the difficulties that you are facing and you can be sure
that we will stand by you and work with you toward the results that you
need in your case. We have more than 50 years of combined experience and
we can put this experience to work for you in your situation.
Reach out to our firm by scheduling a
free case evaluation to get started!