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The information contained herein is provided for informational purposes only, and is not intended to serve as legal advice. You should not act or fail to act based on the information on this website. This website contains general information only, and may not reflect recent changes to the law. All cases differ – please contact an attorney in your area to get legal advice as it pertains to your case. Attorney Joseph Battle Carnohan is licensed to practice law in the State of California.
Attorney Joseph B. Carnohan represents individuals who live and work in Oceanside and throughout North San Diego
County and throughout the region, including those in the following cities:
Solana Beach, Sorrento Valley, Valley Center, Vista, San Marcos Child Custody Attorney, San Marcos Child Support Attorney, Escondido Child Support Attorney
Encinitas Child Custody Attorney and Child Visitation Attorney Joseph Carnohan has more than 30 years of experience advising clients in divorce, separation, and other family law cases. If you need guidance regarding a custody or visitation matter, and you live in Encinitas, North San Diego County, or elsewhere in California, call our office.
Separation and divorce can give rise to deeply emotional legal issues regarding the children. Encinitas Child Custody Lawyer Carnohan works to provide compassionate representation and to resolve these issues. With his many years as a family law attorney, Mr. Carnohan is able to help clients find solutions and complete their separation or divorce.
To schedule a free consultation with Encinitas Child Custody Attorney Joseph B. Carnohan, call our Family Law Firm at (760) 722-
In the state of California, various arrangements for custody are recognized. When identifying what will be in the highest interests of the child, the courts consider multiple factors. Our firm understands the issues and represents clients pursuing different types of custody:
When a family court judge deems visitation with one parent to be detrimental to the child, the orders for visitation may be changed. Supervised visits may be ordered. If the court later determines that unsupervised visits are acceptable, the court orders can be modified again.
To gain reliable legal guidance on a child visitation or custody matter, contact our firm to make an appointment for a no-
To reach our family law firm, call (760) 722-