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Austin, Texas Child Custody Lawyer

Georgetown TX Child Custody Lawyer

Travis County Divorce and Family Attorneys for Sole and Joint Custody Issues

Historically, child custody law in Austin and throughout Texas favored mothers during the appointment of the custodial parent (known as the conservator) of the children of divorce. But the updated Texas Family Code now specifies that either parent can be granted custody; the law decides the issue based on the best interests of the children. In working toward that goal, judges expect divorcing couples — who presumably know best what is right for their own children — to try to reach agreements on their own prior to seeking court intervention. Our child custody attorneys help their central Texas clients work toward equitable solutions that priortize children's needs before their cases ever reach the courtroom.

An Austin Child Custody Attorney Who Helps Ensure the Best Interests of Your Children

In highly contested divorce cases, it may not be possible to reach agreements about child custody and support matters, and thus judicial intervention may be necessary. While our law firm makes every effort to help avoid the need for a courtroom decision, we are fierce advocates when demonstrating to a judge that the best interests of the children are addressed through their remaining in primary or sole custody of our clients. We will work with you to establish in trial that your past history with and your future plans for your children provide the stability and support they need to thrive.

Contact an Experienced Child Custody Lawyer in Austin, TX

When choosing an Austin divorce lawyer to represent the best interests of your children, you need a child custody attorney with both exceptional negotiation skills and extensive litigation experience.

The team members of Powers Kerr & Rashidi, PLLC rely on their multiple decades of experience to help ensure that your children are protected during the litigation process and beyond. Contact our firm today at 512-610-6199 to work with our child custody attorneys and establish the best possible future for you and your children.

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