If you are seeking to obtain custody or visitation rights or need to enforce or modify your existing custody rights, we can help. The attorneys at the Law Office of Blake W. Rush have more than 16 years of experience representing clients in custody matters throughout New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
Custody disputes can be emotional ordeals for all parties involved. While most parents only want what is best for their children, separating and divorcing parents will often have vastly different opinions on how their children should be raised and where they should live. However, regardless of how far apart the parents may be, they must ultimately reach a resolution that serves the best interests of their children. Whether this means working through their differences amicably or resorting to the courts, it is important for both spouses to have experienced legal representation.
The attorneys at the Law Office of Blake W. Rush have more than 16 years of experience representing parents in custody matters in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. He has handled numerous contentious custody matters, both within and outside of the context of divorce. Whether your goal is to negotiate a parenting plan as part of a divorce settlement agreement or you find yourself in a position where you need a judge to intervene, our attorneys will provide results-oriented representation focused on securing the parenting rights you desire.
Custody Determinations: Serving the Best Interests of the Child
In child custody matters, the New Jersey and Pennsylvania courts have one primary focus: serving the best interests of the children involved. As a parent seeking custody, it is critical to have a clear understanding of the factors the courts consider when issuing custody orders. With foresight and careful preparation, there are steps you can take to improve your chances of acquiring your desired rights, and the attorneys at the Law Office of Blake W. Rush emphasize working hand-in-hand with their clients to help them execute strategies designed to achieve their custody and visitation goals.