Promoting Your Child’s Welfare During Custody Disputes
As a parent, your relationship with your children is one of the most important aspects of your life. If a divorce is in your future, protecting that relationship will be of paramount concern.
The attorneys atKelly Byrnes & Danker, PLLC, provide experienced counsel and advocacy to help you obtain a workable child custody agreement. With more than six decades of collective family law experience, our attorneys have an in-depth understanding of Virginia’s statutes, court procedures and case law. We use this insight to create negotiation strategies that help you preserve your parenting rights and protect the best interests of your children.
Defending Your Children’s Best Interests In And Out Of Court
Our legal team has a record of success in representing diverse families throughout Northern Virginia. We advocate for same-sex and opposite-sex parents, unwed parents, civilians and military parents, grandparents and other third parties who have a legitimate interest in a custody matter. This vast experience shapes our counsel in these matters:
- Sole custody negotiations and disputes
- Joint custody negotiations and disputes
- Visitation rights for noncustodial parents, stepparents, grandparents and other third parties who have a legitimate interest in a child’s custody
All of our lawyers are adept negotiators and seasoned litigators. We recognize that not all custody conflicts cannot be resolved around the negotiating table and are equipped to present persuasive arguments in court.
Attending To Custody Matters After Your Divorce Has Been Finalized
We strive to obtain custody terms that will ease your children’s transition to their new life. When your family has experienced a significant change in circumstances, we file petitions for emergency and long-term modifications.
Should your former spouse fail to follow the terms of the child custody agreement, our lawyers can assist you with enforcement actions.
Whether you need help developing a parenting plan, defending your parenting rights in court or petitioning for a change in custody terms, we have the skills that you need to protect what matters most: your relationship with your children.