Buckeye Child Custody

Buckeye Child Custody

A Buckeye child custody attorney can help you to understand your rights and responsibilities while determining child custody in Maricopa county, Arizona. Your Buckeye child custody attorney will address child custody with you by evaluating your situation against Arizona Revised Statute 25-403.

Five areas of focus

An Enholm Law, PLLC Buckeye child custody attorney will evaluate five main areas to see if they apply to your specific situation. These areas are legal decision making, parenting time, child support, relocation and 3rd Party or grandparents rights.

Our attorneys will address legal decision making by looking at your situation against Arizona Revised Statute 25-403, which covers the best interests of the child. Legal decision making covers all legal decisions for your child to include, but not limited to, religious, educational, medical and life philosophy. There are three possible decisions that court could make. These are sole legal decision making where one party makes all of the major decisions, joint legal decision making where both parties make all major decisions and finally, joint legal decision making with one parent having the final say in all major decisions.

Your Buckeye child custody attorney will look at all factors and issues regarding parenting time to come up with the most logical, safe, and secure plan for you and your children based upon the applicable case law and Arizona Revised States.

Child Support is determined in Arizona by the Arizona Child Support Guidelines. Your attorney will discuss all factors that influence child support and help you to determine the evidence and issues to present to a judge. The bottom line in child support is to insure that the child will suffer no undue hardships due to the breakup of the marriage.

If you are a Grandparent, or a third party who wishes to gain custody, our attorneys will help evaluate your situation to determine the best chances for the outcome you wish.

What to expect from Enholm Law, PLLC

An Enholm Law, PLLC Buckeye child custody attorney will always maintain communication with you. We do this through bi-weekly calls to our clients. Any call originating from the client will be answered immediately or returned within 24 hours if your attorney is in court that day. Your attorney will outline aclear fee structure on an hourly basis or using a flat fee model. We will build a comprehensive plan that both you and your attorney have worked on to give clear direction to your case. A high level of competency is expected from all of our attorneys and they are constantly involved in ongoing training as well as the benefit of the advice and experience of other lawyers in our office. Finally, even though our main office is in Phoenix, our attorneys meet with clients in our Buckeye satellite office several times a week so you can schedule meetings in your local area.

To arrange for your consultation, please call (602) 889-6273 and schedule a meeting with an Enholm Law, PLLC Buckeye child custody attorney today.