Resolving Complex Child Custody Matters For Alabama Clients

There may be no other aspect of an Alabama divorce proceeding that is more contentious than child custody. Both parents have rights that need to be protected in these matters, and both deserve to have a meaningful relationship with their children in the eyes of the law. If you are a divorcing or an unmarried parent who has concerns about having access to your children, it is important that you seek the advice of an experienced lawyer immediately.

At The Rose Law Firm, LLC, we represent clients throughout Alabama in a broad range of child custody and visitation matters. We understand what's at stake in these matters. We will work hard to secure a favorable outcome that provides you with the access you deserve while still ensuring that the best interests of the children are served.

Committed To Securing A Solution That Everyone Can Support

We know that both parents want what is best for their children. However, their views on the matter often differ significantly. We strongly believe in the rights of both parents to have the full measure of access to their children that they want, provided that it is consistent with the children's best interests and supports a healthy parent-child relationship.

It is important for parents to reach an amicable agreement about child custody. If they don't, the decision is left with the court. Control over the outcome is taken out of the parents' hands, and they must abide by the court's ruling. We have been successful helping parents work through even the most strenuous disagreements to find a custody arrangement that everyone can support.

Discuss Your Child Custody Issues With A Dedicated Family Law Attorney

We offer a free initial consultation with an attorney to discuss your child custody questions in more detail. Contact our Birmingham office today to learn more about our legal services and how we can help you. You can reach us by phone at 205-208-7560. A representative from our firm is available 24/7 to help you schedule an appointment. You may also contact us via email, if you prefer.