Child Custody, Support and Access

MATRIMONIAL HOME, STATUS QUO AND THE BEST INTERESTS OF THE CHILD(REN)

By a spouse leaving the matrimonial home may have a quite dangerous status quo, meaning once you are no longer caring for your child(ren) on the day-to-day basis, your spouse eventually becomes the primary caregiver to your child(ren). Such an arrangement generally allows a parent, who is caring for the child(ren) on a daily basis have entitlement to receive child support payments.

Frequently, the spouse who stays in the matrimonial home may also receive spousal support, generally as being economically disadvantaged due to the breakdown of the marriage.

In an effort to protect and preserve your parental rights keeping in mind the best interest of your child(ren) are critically important reasons not to leave the matrimonial home without first obtaining legal advice from a lawyer.

EARLY LEGAL ADVICE WILL ASSIST PARENTS ACHIEVE THE BEST POTENTIAL OUTCOME FOR YOU AND YOUR CHILD(REN).

Our firm has been representing parents in complex and challenging divorce proceedings and achieving successful outcomes inside and outside the courtroom.   We know how custody issues may impact and overwhelm your life.  As such, we can assist you in finding prudent and reasonable approach to the issues of parenting custody.

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