Parenting Plans That Put Children First
Preparation and collaboration are key to the formulation of a workable parenting plan for newly divorced spouses with children, as well as for unmarried parents who are separating.
The proactive guidance of a seasoned, sensitive divorce attorney can serve to defend the interests of all parties and maintain both parents’ roles in a child’s positive upbringing.
Your source for dependable legal leadership in child access matters is the Law Offices of Andrew S. Guisbond. For decades, our custody and visitation strategies have been tailored to fit specific situations. You and your children will receive critical legal knowledge and advocacy throughout the legal process.
Clear, Creative, Customized Solutions For Your Child Access Issues
Our experienced Boston divorce and family law firm advises clients on child custody, visitation and parenting time matters in Massachusetts, basing personalized parenting plans on principles such as:
- A consistent routine – one that gives a child something to depend on
- Tones of teamwork and cooperation – because your civility leads to a child’s stability
- Detailed contingency plans that spell out specific responsibilities and address spontaneous difficulties
- Accommodations for each parent’s vacations with children
- Generally, making your young one’s best interests your top priority
You should have complete confidence that, in good times and bad, your attorney will work hard to remain accessible, ready to answer your questions and address your concerns. One of our law firm’s many traditions is that of an uncommon level of responsive, personal service. During divorce and post-judgment phases, you always have our undivided attention.
Learn More Today
Let’s discuss your post-divorce future, and that of your children, during an initial consultation. You can call the Law Offices of Andrew S. Guisbond right now to schedule this important first meeting with a Boston family lawyer: 617-380-7643. We welcome email inquiries and respond to them promptly.