Fort Worth Parenting Plan Guidance and Representation
Our Texas law firm understands the frustration and stress associated with establishing appropriate parenting plans. We have handled countless divorce cases and understand the importance of creating a shared parenting, or co-parenting, schedule based on the best interests of your children.
State courts typically approach parenting plans with the intention of providing each parent with adequate visitation with each child. At the Arlington Law Offices of Karen Cushman, P.C., we are committed to establishing flexible plans that fit not only your needs, but also the needs of your children. We understand that when both parties can't work together to establish flexible arrangements the courts can impose strict guidelines.
Flexible Plans to Fit Your Lifestyle
Whether you are a mother or father, we understand the issues you may be facing and can provide personalized representation to help you meet your visitation goals. Our Arlington visitation attorney, Karen Cushman, has years of experience as a divorce lawyer. She has assembled a skilled legal team to help protect clients' rights and interests.
We can help establish flexible parenting plans to fit your lifestyle. We understand that today's tough economic environment has made switching jobs difficult. We can evaluate your scheduling issues and propose flexible alternatives to opposing counsel. We can also discuss how your visitation issues may benefit from collaborative law methods.
We have helped countless mothers and fathers working odd schedules pursue favorable, flexible parenting plans, including:
- Military personnel
- Police officers
- Airline pilots and personnel
- Third-shift workers
Military Divorce and Move-Aways
Our divorce practice extends to military divorce and move away, or family relocation, issues. We understand how military deployments can create visitation hassles and hardships. We also have experience handling move-away cases. Our legal team can evaluate your unique situation from every angle, especially how it may affect your children. We can also discuss specific Texas laws and how they may impact your case.
Our office provides a free 20-minute consultation to discuss your situation. Please call us at 888-654-3558 or you may also send us an e-mail.