Custody & Visitation
Providing a stable and emotionally healthy living arrangement for your children after a divorce can be a challenge. Keeping your children's best interests in mind is difficult during an emotional child custody or visitation dispute, leading many parents to overlook the most important factors in their children's lives.
I am attorney Imad Soubra, founding lawyer at the Soubra Law Firm in Frederick, Maryland. With a detailed knowledge of Maryland family law, I am able to offer comprehensive representation to clients throughout Maryland who are embroiled in difficult child custody or visitation disputes.
This is critical part of the divorce process which are dealing with your children. How the time of your children should be spent with you and the other parent. Why is it critical because it can have a lifelong effect on your children and affect the relationship that you have with your children. You want to establish a relationship with your children without giving up too much time with them. If you give up too much time, then it can effect the relationship that you have with your children. This part is critical and should require an attention of an attorney. I can help to achieve getting the maximum result I can under a particular case. Looking at the totality of circumstances, what is the best option for you to get the attention of your children which they deserve and which you deserve.
My strong negotiation skills and experience in the courtroom allow me to help you work toward resolution. Contact my Frederick office online or call 1-301-219-5038 to discuss your family's unique situation.Finding the Best Solution for Your Children
Working toward a healthy and stable parenting plan for your children should be a major concern in all divorce proceedings. Using my knowledge and experience, I guide my clients toward efficient and favorable resolutions in several aspects relating to their children, including:
- Child custody: Whether the custody arrangement is joint between both parents or one party wishes to have majority physical custody or simple visitation rights, I guide my clients through the difficult negotiation or litigation process. My background also allows me to assist clients who are involved in abusive relationships in the protection of their children from further hardship.
- Child visitation: Parents without sole custody are still entitled to reasonable visitation rights. Working on behalf of either parent, I am able to help obtain visitation or enforce supervised visitation if your relationship involved violence in the home.
Your child custody and visitation arrangements may have an effect on child support. I can help you with child support issues and can advise you on your options whether during a divorce, modification or as a separate action.Modification of Custody
With time, people change. There are situations where people circumstances change and it has a material effect on the children. You believe that this material effect is changing the status of the children circumstances. The other parent is not acting for the best interest of the children. You believe the way the parent is acting can have a harmful effect on the children. You should give me a call and discuss it with me to determine if a material change in custody should be filed in the Courts. These circumstances can vary from time and time. If you believe that an action should be filed, you should consult with me to determine how to proceed with such an action. It is detrimental that you act quickly because if not you may miss out on an opportunity to gain more time with your children.Contact My Office for Advice and Guidance
Contact my office to discuss your situation today.