Raleigh Custody Attorneys
North Carolina child custody cases require the knowledge and skill of an experienced lawyer who is accomplished in the field, which is why our attorneys practice efficiently and effectively within the complicated realm of family law.
Griffiths Family Law handles child custody cases with the care and commitment that is in the best interest of the children in question. With our vast experience in family law, our firm knows that divorce proceedings can become complicated, heated and unpleasant where children are involved. For this reason, we take child custody hearings very seriously, and are advocates for the children, just as much as we are for the parents involved in the dispute over their well-being. Our expansive knowledge and experience in family law allows us to practice around facts, integrity and the assurance that we are doing what is best for the child’s future.
We provide personal attention to each case, knowing that things are not always what they appear without an investigation and research appointment that is handled directly by our firm’s lawyer. We are focused on supplying an active approach to a fair resolution so the child custody case is settled promptly, allowing everyone to get their lives back; especially the child.
In North Carolina, child custody cases are sometimes settled within the divorce proceedings. However, in some circumstances, a separate trial may take place to ensure that the child’s best interests are taken into consideration after the divorce is finalized. There are a number of considerations that are factored into child custody cases, and your lawyer will determine each analysis on a specific case by case basis.
We will advise you each step of the way, so this time of fighting for your own child becomes less challenging, and an easier process from beginning to end. We will establish that you are tied to your child, his or her school, community and extra-curricular activities by insuring that you have a comfortable place to live and the means to provide for the child on your own. We will also instruct you, through honest means, on outlining the deficiencies and inadequacies of the other party in the case, while maintaining your and our combined integrity.