Whether you are going through a divorce or separation, seeking a modification, or you have never been married, you will always be concerned about the future of your children. You want an experienced family law attorney who will help you look out for your children and protect your parental rights. At the Warrenton Mark B. Williams & Associates, PLC, we handle child custody, visitation, and support concerns for parents in Fauquier County, Culpeper County, Loudoun County, Prince William County, Manassas, Warren County, Front Royal, Clarke County, Winchester Madison County, Frederick County, and Charlottesville.
Experienced Family Law Attorneys Fighting for You
Many parents want to know why they should seek the counsel of an attorney for an uncontested divorce. Taking the time to plan for your family's future is always the right decision. If you fail to protect your rights and develop the best possible child custody and support plan now, you could end up spending more time and money in the future just trying to fix it.
You may think you have everything in order on your own, but are you sure you have taken everything into consideration? For example: Who is going to pay for unreimbursed medical expenses? What if your child needs braces? If you fail to include these things in your child support agreement, you will still have to find answers down the road, which could mean going to court.
When helping you develop the right child support plan, we will help you consider your current situation and future possibilities to lessen the chances of having to litigate down the road. Contact the law office of Mark B. Williams & Associates, PLC, to learn more.
Fauquier County Visitation Lawyers
When it comes to child custody arrangements, we must always look out for the best interests of the children involved. With differing legal custody, physical custody and shared child custody options, it is important to come up with an arrangement that works for your family. We will help you come up with a visitation schedule tailored to the needs of your children. We will also help you understand how your child custody and visitation arrangement relates to your child support. It can be a complicated process, but we will be by your side every step along the way.
We also handle child custody, visitation and child support modifications for our clients. If you do have future family law concerns, we will continue to be there for you as you face any challenges that lie ahead.
If you would like to discuss child custody, child support or visitation, we are ready to help. Credit cards are accepted. Contact a lawyer today for more information about your family law concerns by calling 540-254-0757.