When parties in a divorce or unmarried partners in a juvenile court proceeding cannot agree on the allocation of custody or parenting time with their children, the court must determine the rights of the parties. Mr. Priestap has represented clients in numerous custody cases over the past twenty years, and understands the hardship these cases can impose, and the emotions involved. He will guide you through this process and help you obtain the best result possible.
A typical custody case can sometimes be expensive, especially when there are multiple attorneys involved and often a court- appointed Guardian ad litem (person who represents the child’s best interests), and can sometimes take a year or more to be resolved. We have flexible payment plans available for clients that need help.
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