Custody And Visitation
Newark Custody And Visitation Lawyers
At the Delaware Family Law Office of Michael S. Corrigan in Wilmington, Delaware, I have spent years representing both mothers and fathers in child custody cases. You need an experienced attorney to sort through Delaware’s child custody laws and ensure your parental rights will be respected. I will help you identify proactive steps you can take to put yourself in the best position possible to achieve the custody or visitation arrangement your child deserves.
Contact Delaware Child Custody Lawyer Michael S. Corrigan here to schedule an appointment.
I Will Fully Prepare You for Your Case
Child custody cases can become hostile. For that reason, I will focus on making sure you know the best way to respond to the other party without losing favor in court. I set reasonable expectations for my child custody clients, making sure they understand what they are entitled to as well as what the other side is entitled to.
I will walk through the unique circumstances of your case to determine what is in the best interest of your children; including contacting teachers, doctors, and counselors to testify on your behalf if necessary. I will discuss with you the possibility of hiring a psychologist to conduct a custodial evaluation. This could be the edge you need and the difference between winning and losing your custody or visitation case.
Call 302-455-1212 Today For Experienced Child Custody Representation
There are several different types of custody:
- Sole legal custody– A parent with sole custody makes all major decisions for the child on their own without being required to consult the other parent. This includes decisions about religion, school, day care, and medical care. However, the other parent must be informed when a decision has been made.
- Joint legal custody– Major decisions are discussed and joint agreement must be reached before parenting decisions are made.
- Physical or residential custody– Refers to where the child is living. If primary custody is with one of the parents, a visitation schedule generally needs to be established with the non-residential parent.
Custody & Visitation Laws In Delaware
There are standard visitation guidelines in place in Delaware. These are used generally as a starting point but each visitation order is crafted to address the unique facts of each case. You need an experienced attorney to make sure you get the best deal when it comes to visitation rights for your child. Contact Wilmington Delaware Child Visitation Attorney Michael S. Corrigan today to arrange an appointment.
The Law Office of Michael Corrigan represents clients in Delaware including the cities of Wilmington, Middletown, Bear, Glasgow, Pike Creek, Hockessin, Greenville Newark, Smyrna and Dover, Delaware.