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Where to seek support for child custody problems

Divorce is typically a stressful experience, even for Kansas spouses who get along reasonably well. When children are involved, child custody disagreements can be difficult to resolve. Good parents want what's best for their children; however, divorcing spouses often disagree on the interpretation of that regarding one or numerous issues.

When parents decide to divorce, they are faced with numerous questions that will affect their children's lives. Where will the kids live? Who will have legal (decision-making) custody of them? Will one parent petition the court for child support? Will the kids be able to keep living in the home they resided in during their parents' marriage?

These and other issues can spark contention between parents if they do not see eye to eye. In such cases, it is helpful to seek additional support by asking an experienced family law attorney for help. An attorney is well-versed in the child custody laws and child support guidelines of the state. There may be options available to resolve a particular issue of which a parent is unaware but an attorney can bring to light.

The Law Firm of Kevin Stuart Cavanaugh is committed to providing strong support to any Kansas parent with child custody concerns or related issues. If a parent has questions about temporary financial support, paternity litigation or how to seek a post-judgment modification, he or she need only request a consultation to take the first step toward a solution. By doing so, you can act with confidence in knowing that knowledgeable guidance and support to help you negotiate an amicable agreement or hold your own in a high-conflict litigation situation.

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