Daytona Beach Child Custody Attorneys
Protecting Your Parental Rights and the Best Interests of Your Children in Volusia County
Divorce is complicated enough, but when children are involved, matters can become even more complex. Regardless of the reasons that have led to your divorce, it is normal to want to continue playing an active role in your child's life.
We, the husband and wife team at The Law Office of Jeffrey A. Klein, wish to help you protect your role as a parent.
Should you choose to retain our Daytona Beach custody lawyers, you can benefit from:
- Compassionate & reliable legal counsel, from start to finish
- Direct access to us over the phone or in person
- Ready availability to answer your questions as soon as they arise
Have more questions about child custody and timesharing in Florida? Get the answers you need during a case evaluation!
How Custody is Determined & How Does Timesharing Work?
If you and your spouse can reach an amicable agreement about creating your own time-sharing arrangement, we can help you create a parenting plan that suits your needs and also meets court guidelines. In the event you and your spouse cannot agree on child custody and timesharing, your case will be settled in court. In the state of Florida, a judge will decide how timesharing is divided. This is done with the child's best interests in mind.
No matter what course your case takes, our custody attorneys can protect your rights both in and out of court. We can continue to help you once your case has been settled, too! If your circumstances have changed or you fear for the safety of your child, we can help you file a petition to modify an existing child custody order. Thinking of moving away? We can also guide you through the parental relocation procedure and prepare all the necessary paperwork before presenting the non-custodial parent with a proposal.
What is Considered an Unfit Parent in Florida?
A court in Florida will deem you to be "unfit" if you meet one or more of the following:
- You have a history of alcohol or drug abuse
- You have no intention of being in the child's life
- You have abandoned or abused the child in the past
- You have a mental illness that is preventing you from carrying out your role as the parent
- The home in which you live in is unsafe for the child
We Proudly Serve Families in Volusia County, Flagler County, & Surrounding Areas
With more than three decades of combined experience, our law firm has guided countless families through a wide range of family law issues. We have the legal resources and insight you need to resolve your family law case as quickly and effectively as possible.
Our Daytona Beach child custody lawyers can also help you with other divorce-related matters, such as:
For more information on how we can be of assistance to you, contact us at (386) 530-4203. The Law Office of Jeffrey A. Klein is the strong advocate you and your family need.
We are always readily available to answer your questions.
We communicate directly with our clients, always promptly returning calls.
We are a husband and wife team that genuinely cares about our clients.