Everything That Comes With Child Custody In Salt Lake City

Deciding what is best for our children is of the utmost importance in our lives. We want to see our children grow and prosper. We want them to feel loved, protected, and safe. If you are visiting our site then there is something that isn’t quite right. Know that you are making the right decision for you and your child by researching how Emy A. Cardono can help you with child custody.

When we have children we expect our partners to love them and guide them as much as we do. But, that isn’t always the case. Life gets complicated and raising a family can create some complex problems. If you feel as if your parental rights are being infringed upon or your partner isn’t complying with a court order then please take the time to reach out to use.

Why do I Need a Lawyer?

Battling over child custody is no fun for anyone. If the case isn’t handled with compassion, empathy, and respect then you can feel as if your voice isn’t being heard. You may feel as if we aren’t looking out for you or the benefit of your children. Taking actions in your hands is not the option. If you fail to comply with court orders you can find yourself in jail. If you take a child out of state can result in a felony with up to five years in prison. Don’t let this happen to you. Don’t ruin your future and a future with your child because you can’t find the right lawyer to listen to you and help you.

What Services Do I Need?

At Emy A. Cordano, Attorney at Law, we provide an array of services for families who are trying their best. Custodial interferences and modifications are not outside the norm for families. Custodial interferences occur when one party feels like court orders aren’t being followed. This can come from either parent’s perspective. Custodial modification is when your situations change. It is common for your life to change due to job opportunities or losses. Sometimes custody arrangements need to be amended. Don’t worry we can help you there too.

Not all families look the same. Sometimes Grandparents take a bigger role in their grandchildren’s’ lives. During a divorce, it’s easy to get hung up on just your role in your children’s lives. But what about the doting grandparent? Should they get a right to see the kids too? Grandparents have rights too. They can argue for an assessment of the parent’s competency if there are signs of drug or alcohol abuse. We can help you with that too.

Other situations include sole custody, joint custody, relocation, or visitation rights. There is no problem too big, small, complex, or simple for Emy A. Cordano Law practice. With a compassionate and empathetic ear, we want to ensure that as parents or guardians you feel empowered and heard. Dealing with children can be stressful. We all have their interest at heart. Take the time to call us at (801) 901-8159 and tell us what you need because we are here for you.

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