Child custody is often the most critical part of a divorce proceeding and the most difficult process to experience. The attorneys at Dishon & Block are sensitive to this fact and fight hard to make the process work for its clients.
Our attorneys have the skill and understanding to help families quickly resolve these highly-sensitive matters. Each parent or relative we represent can rely on our expertise in child custody rights.
“Our attorneys have the skill and understanding to help families quickly resolve highly-sensitive child custody matters.”
Experienced Child Custody Attorneys
In reaching a child custody agreement, many people don’t know where to start. It can be difficult to move beyond the emotions and come to consensus. Our experienced child custody attorneys will guide you through the process in a reassuring manner. We carefully explain the rights, laws, and the legal procedure to each client, so that they fully understand their options.
We then listen to each client’s priorities and concerns, so that we can accurately articulate and address your wishes to the court. The child custody lawyers at Dishon & Block are experienced at handling custody or visitation disputes, as well as other issues. Our attorneys can help reach sound decisions that guard the future of your children and your child custody rights.
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Best Interest of the Child
In California, a child's living arrangements are based on what is best for that child. Determining the child's "best interest" is at the heart of custody litigation. Dishon & Block fights aggressively to present its clients in their most favorable light and protect children into from being drawn into the acrimony that surrounds most divorce cases.
If your divorce involves children, don’t waste valuable time! To learn about your child custody rights, contact Dishon & Block to arrange a personal consultation with one of our skilled attorneys.
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