Child Custody FAQ

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We Take The Time To Address Your Child Custody Concerns

MNB Law Group, Inc., is a firm with the resources and experience of many larger firms. Our child custody attorneys are completely dedicated to the best possible outcome for our clients. We are truly interested in your well-being, which is why we offer personal service to each of our clients. Our lawyers will take the time to answer your questions and address the concerns most important to you.

When it comes to your parental rights and terms of your child custody order, we will fight for a smart, practical and sustainable outcome. Our approach is to work with our clients to truly understand their concerns, particularly when it comes to preserving the parent-child relationship after divorce. We will provide the support and information you need to make practical decisions that will benefit your family for years to come.

Common Child Custody Questions

Child custody is a difficult issue, but our lawyers strive to help our clients keep their eyes on the big picture – a strong and stable future for the children. By taking a personal approach to each case, we are able to seek custom-tailored solutions that will work well and reduce the chance for conflict down the road. Some of the questions and concerns we can address include the following:

  • How Does A Court Determine Child Custody? When California parents are unable to reach a custody agreement on their own, it is up to the court to determine what is in the best interests of the child. The court will consider the needs of the child, the schedules of the parents, the wishes of the children and other factors. We can prepare a strong case to present to the court on your behalf.
  • Is It Possible To Change A Custody Order? When there are significant changes in circumstances or unforeseeable issues arise, it is possible to seek a modification in a custody order. However, the court will have to approve any changes and will consider the interests of the children above all.
  • Should I Settle Out Of Court? In some cases, parents are able to develop a reasonable custody and visitation plan that suits their family. This allows you more control over the final order. However, not all parents can do this, and it may be necessary to go to court to secure the fairest custody plan possible.

Whether you want to work with the other parent on an out-of-court custody order or you are involved in a complex dispute, our team is ready to provide the guidance and support you need to fight for a beneficial outcome.

The Answers You Need Are A Phone Call Away

You do not have to wait to get the information and answers you need regarding child custody. Contact our Woodland Hills office at 818-344-9200 or email our office for an appointment to meet with a lawyer. Our lawyers assist clients in the San Fernando Valley, as well as those located in Los Angeles County and across Southern California.