Establish Your Child Possession And Access Agreement
Parents always want what is best for their children, especially during a divorce. As hard as separation is on the spouses, the children often bear the brunt of the anxiety. These days, parents are encouraged to work together to draw up an agreement that determines who will have custody of the children and when.
If you are going through a divorce and there are children involved, retain the services of The Karenko Law Firm PLLC and learn what you can do to give your child the care that he or she deserves. I am Juliann Karenko, and I have served on the boards of several committees devoted to the rights of children and have extensive experience with family law cases. Contact me if you are going through a divorce and would like to understand what the laws are when it comes to the right to see your children.
Facilitating Cooperation Between Parents
Children are no longer considered property. Instead, divorcing parents have the opportunity to work together and come up with a parenting plan. In Texas, it is public policy to encourage parents to share the rights and responsibilities of raising a child. If you are on amicable terms with your spouse, I can represent you in negotiations or mediation. If not, I can do my best to facilitate good relations with an uncooperative spouse.
Helping You Keep Your Children Close To You
With each parent wanting to spend as much time as possible with their child, time-sharing can sometimes turn into a hotly debated issue. Even when parents want the best for their children, it can be hard to overcome basic human nature. People are still people. Sometimes, they deliberately hurt one another by alienating their children from their ex-spouse. If this happens, it is time to take quick action to guarantee that neither parent receives less time with their child than they deserve.
When tempers flare and the situation gets complicated, I am the stable person to turn to for help. I can see to it that the court hears everyone’s side of the story. Did the court issue an order that you feel is not fair or no longer suits your needs? Work with me to seek a post-judgment modification.
Schedule A Consultation To Discuss Your Parental Rights
Experienced legal help is within reach at The Karenko Law Firm PLLC. You can contact me to schedule a consultation and speak with me in a confidential setting. To reach my office, please call 409-330-6683 or use my online contact form.