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Customize the options for your child custody case

The summer months are coming up and that means having fun in the Louisiana sun. Whether you are planning local excursions or an out-of-state adventure, you have to ensure that you stay in compliance with the child custody order that is in place if you and your child's other parent are separated. We know that this can be difficult, but you don't want any legal troubles.

There are some cases in which the order might not be in place yet or the order is outdated. In these cases, we can help you to learn about the options that you have for getting an order in place that addresses your child's needs.

In child custody cases, the needs of the child at the heart of the case have to be considered. A teenage child has different needs from a toddler, even though they might act the same way sometimes. Special needs children have considerations that might not be present in child custody cased for other children.

We know that you might find it difficult to determine how to handle child custody matters. We can help you go through the available options so that you can make an informed decision. This is important at every step of the case -- whether you are deciding if you can work with your ex through mediation or if you are preparing your case for trial.

We know that you know your child. You know the child's needs and wants. Keeping those in your mind as you make decisions can help you keep the focus where it needs to be -- on your child and how you can use the child custody order to improve his or her life.

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Lake Charles, LA 70629

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