San Marcos Child Custody Attorney and Child Visitation Lawyer Joseph Carnohan helps clients with many types of family law cases in San Marcos, San Diego County, and other communities of Southern California. With more than 27 years’ experience in divorce, separation, and other family law matters, Attorney Joseph Carnohan is well qualified to assist individuals in resolving child visitation and custody disputes.
In situations where a couple is divorcing or separating and disagree over issues regarding the children, things can become highly emotional. San Marcos Child Custody Lawyer Carnohan works to identify the most practical solution and complete the divorce or separation process.
To arrange for a complimentary consultation, call San Marcos Child Custody Attorney and Family Law Attorney Carnohan at (760) 722-8200. He will listen to your questions and concerns and provide a detailed case analysis.
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Different types of custody arrangements can be chosen to serve the interests of the child and family. Family law courts require that such agreements put the child’s well-being as the highest priority. Call San Marcos Attorney Carnohan to discuss possible custody provisions:
Joint Legal Custody: If both parents want to be involved in making decisions regarding the child’s healthcare, education, or other important matters in the child’s life, they may opt for joint legal custody arrangements.
Sole Legal Custody: When one of the parents is deemed unfit, the court will grant decision-making rights and sole legal custody to the other parent.
Joint Physical Custody: To arrange for each parent to have an equal amount of time with their child, joint physical custody will be chosen. This may necessitate the paying of child support by one of the parents.
Sole Physical Custody: This means the child would live full-time with only one of the parents. Usually, a sole physical custody arrangement includes visitation for the other parent. The parenting plan will specify the terms of the visitation.
If one parent is deemed unfit for child visitation after the original court orders have become final, the orders can be changed. This may mean supervised visits will be allowed. Such changes can be modified again in the event that the parent is later found to be fit for visitation.
Consult with San Marcos Child Custody Lawyer Carnohan
To obtain reliable guidance for your child visitation or custody case, contact the family law firm of Joseph Battle Carnohan. We provide a free initial consultation with our experienced child custody attorney, child visitation attorney, and family law lawyer. Mr. Carnohan will help you understand the available options for resolving family law disputes.
To contact our firm, call (760) 722-8200 or complete our contact form online. Child Custody Lawyer and Child Visitation Attorney Joseph B. Carnohan will review your information, and we will contact you to arrange for your consultation.