Addressing Child Custody And Timesharing Issues
Divorce proceedings and legal separations leave most children feeling confused and anxious, especially about what their future will hold once their parents part ways. It’s important for parents to take these concerns into consideration and come up with custody arrangements and timesharing schedules that truly have their children’s best interests in mind.
At the Law Office of Michael Davidson, PLLC, we fully understand the stress divorce and separations can put on children, which is why we offer complete support to you and your family during custody negotiations. We address the important issues and make sure you are on the same page about:
- A timesharing schedule that works for both parents and the children
- Who will be the custodial parent or residential parent
- Where the primary residence of the children will be
- Who will pay child support and how much
- Who will be responsible for providing health care coverage and unreimbursed expenses
Addressing Custody Issues In Other States
Though our lawyers have significant experience helping parents in Kentucky successfully negotiate in-state custody and timesharing arrangements, we also have experience working with attorneys in jurisdictions in other states. Attorney Michael Davidson has extensive experience in courts throughout Kentucky as well as other states, including:
- South Carolina
- West Virginia
Because of Mr. Davidson’s more than 30 years of family law experience, he is well-equipped to address interstate custody cases. Mr. Davidson is familiar with the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act and will aggressively protect your parental rights, helping you see the safe return of your children and the resolution of any lingering family law issues.
Addressing Family Abductions/International Abductions
At the Law Office of Michael Davidson, PLLC, we also handle international abduction cases. In the case of a wrongful removal or wrongful retention, attorney Michael Davidson works quickly to contact foreign jurisdictions and seeks enforcement of provisions of the Hague Convention. He works hard to ensure the parental rights of custodial parents are honored by foreign jurisdictions and that the child or children are returned home safely.
Get Experienced Help Today
To schedule an appointment at our Lexington, Kentucky, office, call 859-225-1717, toll free at 888-519-7815 or contact us online. We address the legal concerns of families throughout Lexington-Fayette County and all contiguous counties, including high-asset cases and families. Our firm accepts credit cards.