One of the most acrimonious aspects of any divorce is the determination of child custody. If you are a parent, you will likely fight tooth and nail to spend as much time with your children as possible. Whether in mediation or in the courtroom, you need an experienced lawyer on your side who knows how the system works.
I am Daniel G. Dannenbaum, and I know how to get you through the custody determination process quickly and without much of the stress and acrimony that come with it. At my office in Arlington, Virginia, I meet with parents just like you who are worried about not seeing their children enough. If there is a danger to your children's safety, I will fight as hard as I can to get positive results for you.
The Knowledge You Need To Protect Your Interests And Your Children's Interests
Whether you and your children's other parent are married or unmarried, most of the requirements for determining child custody in Virginia are the same. The family law judge will weigh a variety of factors and rule in the best interests of the children. To prevent a ruling that you may completely disagree with, I encourage most of my clients to go to mediation with the other parent before heading to trial.
Agreeing to a shared custody plan with your children's other parent will benefit everyone, especially your children, in the long run, because there will not be as many hard feelings as there are with a long trial. As your attorney, I can work to negotiate a plan that respects your parenting time.
If, however, you are worried about your children's safety because of physical abuse, drug abuse or something else, call me immediately. I know what arguments and evidence are necessary to be successful in protecting children from dangerous situations.
Call Fairfax Visitation Attorney Dan Dannenbaum
Contact me at Dannenbaum Law Firm, PLLC, if you have questions about child custody and visitation. I have almost 25 years of experience successfully representing clients in Northern Virginia and Washington, D.C. I know how to protect your rights. Call 703-661-9151 or toll free at 800-615-8904 to schedule a consultation.