Mothers typically are the ones who worry about the little details: Did Jimmy do his homework? Did Suzy brush her teeth? Are the school lunches packed for tomorrow?
In the event of a divorce, these worries can become compounded with new stresses and larger concerns. You might be adjusting to being a single parent, with your kids with you the majority of the time. Perhaps you have just rejoined the workforce and are dealing with new challenges of juggling work and family obligations. Maybe you have concerns about how your children are doing at your former spouse’s home or want to share the load more with regard to finances and decision making.
At the Setzer Law Firm PLLC, we understand the challenges and concerns custodial parents face. We can meet with you to discuss your situation and any difficulties you are having. If needed, we can advocate to even the load through custody, support and visitation modifications.
Stand up for your rights! For straightforward advice and skilled representation, call us at 817-767-1865.
After a divorce, the rights and responsibilities of parents should be equal. As custodial parent, you have the right to:
Mother’s rights attorneys Jill Setzer and John Setzer have personal experience with the pressures of parenthood. As your lawyer, she can work to ensure your rights are represented in any necessary legal action.
If you would like an advocate for your rights, call us at 817-767-1865. Or, if you prefer, contact us by email using our online inquiry form. From our location in Trophy Club, we assist clients from throughout Northern Texas, including Keller, Roanoke, Colleyville and Fort Worth.