Pre-Custody Battle Family Law Counseling
When you first learned of the anticipated arrival of your sweet baby, a million things probably started swarming around in your head. Whether you started thinking about possible names for the baby or wondering who the baby would resemble, what you probably didn’t think about was the day that you would be in a crowded courtroom fighting for your parental rights.
Child custody battles are some of the most contentious types of legal cases. As you can imagine, there are so emotions involved on all sides. When fighting about the custody of one’s child, emotions can run the spectrum from anger and sadness to feeling defeated. Many people struggle with the thought of having to put their family’s life on display in front of judges who they don’t believe could possibly know all of the ins and outs of their family dynamics.
While there is good reason for hesitation, we can help you make your legal case and help you channel your emotions in the manner most effective to display the best you have to offer from an emotional standpoint.
This form of counseling will only be offered to one party to the potential legal dispute, as such party may later choose the Family Law Firm for legal representation. This form of counseling provides a safe, confidential, and supportive place to consider your options. Counseling can continue well into the custody case depending on the client’s needs and goals.
Dedicated to Both Your Legal and Emotional Wellbeing
Aftan will support you with a unique combination of professional expertise and compassionate counseling.
Generally, the goals of Pre-Custody Battle Counseling include:
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Our Family Law Counseling Services
Guiding you through what to do next, so you are emotionally and legally prepared to make the tough decisions that will affect your future.
Helping you navigate modifications of custody, financial support, and more – plus the emotional ramifications of the divorce process.
Guiding you through enforcing or modifying the custody order – it’s important to work with someone you trust legally and mentally.
Helping you through tough conversations, so you and your loved ones are are best positioned from legal and mental health standpoints.